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Public Schools 



OP THE 



CITY OF CHICAGO. 



FORTIETH ANNUAL REPORT 



OP THE 



Board of Education 



FOR THE 



Year Ending June 29, 1894. 



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CHICAGO: 
The J. M. W. Jones Stationery and Printing Co. 

1894. 



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Board of Education 

FOR THE YEAR 1 893-94. 



ALFRED 8. TRUDE, President. 

DANIEL R. CAMERON, Vice-President. 

SHEPHERD JOHNSTON, Secretary. 



John J. Badenoch, 100 W. Washington St, 
•William Boldenweck, 146 Franklin St. (3d floor), - 
Geo. W. Stanford, First Natl Bank Building, Room 618, 
Lucy L. FLOWEK,"The Ontario," N. State and Ontario Sts., 
Alexander H. Retell, Cor. Wabash Ave. and Adams St., 
James Rosenthal, 401 Tacoma Building, - 
George L. Warder, 90 La Salle St., .... 

William H. Beebe, No. 2 Sherman St., Room 43, 



Thomas Cusack, 500 Throop St., .... 

Patrick H. Duggan, 4242 S. Halsted St., 
James P. Mallette, 207 Tacoma Building, 
Alfreds. Tbude, 79 Cl"aft;S./Ro£&frl£j j- - 
William D. Preston, Metropolitan National Bank, t # . # , 
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M. J. Keane, S. E. ctrf" Wai»3«ii>iv«i anajl^Iiipgton St., 

Daniel R. Cameron, 73 Lake St, 

Charles S. Thornton, 147 LaSalle St., .... 
Robert Lindblom, 678 La Salle Ave., .... 
EDWARD G. Halle, Royal Insurance Building, Room 204, 
Mbs. C. K. Sherman, 225 S. Leavitt St., .... 

•Mr. Wm. Boldenweck resigned Nov. 22, 1893, and the 
vacancy was filled by the appointment of Mr. Louis O. Kohtz. 

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SUPERINTENDENTS, SUPERVISORS AND OFFICE 

EMPLOYES, 1893-94. 



Albert G. Lane, - - Superintendent of Schools 

Augustus F. Nightingale, Ass't Sup't of Schools, High Schools 
Alfred Kirk, - - Ass't Sup't of Schools, Dist. No. 1 
Elizabeth L. Hartney, - Ass't Sup't of Schools, Dist. No. 2 
Edward C. Delano, - Ass't Sup't of Schools, Dist. No. 3 
Albert R. Sabin, - - Ass't Sup't of Schools, Dist. No. 4 
James Hannan, - - Asst Sup't of Schools, Dist. No. 5 
Leslie Lewis, - - - Asst Sup't of Schools, Dist. No. 6 
Ella F. Young, - - Ass't Sup't of Schools, Dist. No. 7 
James H. Bra yton, - - - Supervisor of Evening Schools 
Abram E. Frankland, - Sup't of Compulsory Education 
Orlando Blackman, Sup. of Singing, High and Gram. Grades 
Agnes Cox, - - Supervisor of Singing, Primary Grades 
Gustav A. Zimmermann, - - Supervisor of German 
Hermann Hanstein, - Supervisor of Drawing, High Schools 
Josephine C. Locke, Sup. of Drawing, Gram, and Prim. Schools 
Henry Suder, - - - Supervisor of Physical Culture 

Donald L. Morrill, Attorney 

Charles C. Chase, - - - - School Agent 

Shepherd Johnston, - - - Clerk of the Board 

John A. Guilford, - Business Manager 

Thomas J. Waters, .... Chief Engineer 

George G. Custer, Auditor 

John W. Foster, - - Superintendent of Supplies 
August Fiedler, Architect 



STANDING COMMITTEES 1893-94. 



SCHOOL MANAGEMENT. 

Messrs. Brenan, Revell, Mrs. Flower, Messrs. Halle, Cusack, 
Duggan, Beebe, Thornton, Preston and Mrs. Sherman. 

JANITORS AND SUPPLIES. 

Messrs. Badenoch, Cusack, Cameron, Kohtz and Bluthardt. 

BUILDINGS AND GROUNDS. 

Messrs. Warner, Kohtz, Rosenthal, Halle, Bluthardt, Mallette, 

Beebe, Stanford and Keane. 

FINANCE. 

Messrs. Lindblom, Brenan and Mallette. 

judiciary. 
Messrs. Rosenthal, Stanford and Revell. 

SCHOOL FUND PROPERTY. 

Messrs. Revell, Brenan, Cameron, Preston and Cusack. 

HIGH SCHOOLS. * 

Messrs. Cameron, Halle, Brenan, Stanford and Thornton. 

ENGLISH HIGH AND MANUAL TRAINING SCHOOL. 

Mr. Duggan, Mrs. Sherman and Mr. Keane. 

SPECIAL FUND8. 

Mr. Keane, Mrs. Flower, Messrs. Warner, Duggan and Lindblom. 

DRAWING. 

Mr. Cusack, Mrs. Sherman, Messrs. Preston, Warner and Beebe- 

MUSIC. 

Messrs. Bluthardt, Rosenthal, Mrs. Sherman, Messrs. Mallette 

and Preston. 

GERMAN. 

Messrs. Halle, Bluthardt, Duggan, Thornton and Mrs. Sherman. 

PHYSICAL CULTURE. 

Messrs. Kohtz, Bluthardt, and Duggan. 

COMPULSORY EDUCATION. 

Mrs. Flower, Messrs. Stanford, Kohtz, Mrs. Sherman and 

Mr. Lindblom. 

SCHOOL CENSUS. 

Messrs. Cusack, Halle, Bluthardt, Keane, Stanford, Badenoch 

and Cameron. 



COMMITTEES ON SCHOOLS. 



HIGH SCHOOLS. 



COMMITTEE. 



Messrs. D. R. Cameron, E. G. Halle, Thomas Brenan, 
Geo. W. Stanford and C. S. Thornton. 

AssH SupH in charge— -Augustus F. Nightingale. 



ENGLISH HIGH AND MANUAL TRAINING SCHOOL. 

COMMITTEE. 

Mr. Patrick H. Duggan, Mrs. C. K. Sherman and 

Mr. M. J. Keane. 

AssH SupH in Charge— Aug. F. Nightingale. 



DISTRICT No. i. 



COMMITTEE. 



Messrs. Louis O. Kohtz, Theodore J. Bluthardt and 

Robert Lindblom. 



AssH Sup't in charge— Alfred Kirk. 



Agassiz, 

Alcott, 

Arnold, 

Audubon, 

Avondale, 

Belle Plaine Ave., 

Blaine, 

Bowmanville, 

Brentano, 

Burr, 



George H. Thomas, 

Hamilton, 

Hawthorne, 

Headley, 

Irving Park, 

Jefferson Park, 

Knickerbocker, 

La Salle, 

Lincoln, 

Louis Nettelhorst, 



Mulligan, 
Newberry, 
Norwood Park, 
Prescott, 
Ravens wood, 
Rogers Park, 
Rose Hill, 
W. C. Goudy, 
Wolcott Street. 



DISTRICT No. 2. 

COMMITTEE. 

, Messbs. Edward G. Halle, Alexander H. Revell and 

M. J. Keane. 

Aas't SupH in charge— Elizabeth L. Hartney. 



Adams* 

Andersen, 

Bancroft, 

Boulevard, 

Columbus, 

Drummond, 

Franklin, 

Hoffman Avenue, 

Humboldt, 



Huron Street, 

Kinzie, 

Kosciusko, 

La Fayette, 

Langland, 

Logan, 

Lowell, 

Manierre, 

Oak Street, 



Ogden, 
Pacific, 
Schiller, 
Sheldon, 
Thomas Hoyne, 
Von Humboldt, 
Washington, 
Wicker Park. 



DISTRICT No. 3. 
COMMITTEE. 

Messrs. Daniel R. Cameron, John J. Badenoch and 

Mrs. C. K. Sherman. 

AssH SupH in charge— Edward C. Delano. 



Amerson, 
Armour Street, 
Brown, 
Calhoun, 
Carpenter, 
Central Park, 
Ellen Mitchell, 
Emerson, 
Grant, 



Hayes, 

Irving, 

John Ericsson, 

John McLaren, 

Kelvyn Grove, 

Marquette, 

Monteflore, 

Motley, 



Ryerson, 

Skinner, 

Sumner, 

Talcott, 

Tilden, 

Tilton, 

Wells, 

William Avenue. 



DISTRICT No. 4. 

committee. 

Messrs. Thos. Cusack, Geo.W. Stanford and the President. 

AssH SupH in charge— Albert R. Sabin. 



Brainard, 

Bryant, 

Clarke, 

Cooper, 

Dore, 

Foster, 

Froebel, 

Garfield, 

Geo. Howland, 



Goodrich, 

Hammond, 

Jackson, 

Jefferson, 

John Crerar, 

King, 

Komensky, 

Lawndale, 

Longfellow, 



Pickard, 

Polk Street, 

Rogers, 

Scammon, 

S. Halsted Street, 

Thomas Chalmers 

Throop, 

Washburne, 

Whittier. 



DISTRICT No. 5. 
COMMITTEE. 

Messrs. Patrick H. Dtjggan, Wm. H. Beebe and 

William D. Preston. 

AssH SupH in charge— James Hannan. 

Alice L. Barnard, Everett, Hoerner, 

Fallon, Holden, 

Fulton, Kershaw, 

Graham, McAllister, 

Hancock, OToole, 

Hartigan, Parkman, 

Hedges, Sherman. 
Hendricks, 
Hermann Raster, 



Beale, 

Brenan, 

Brighton, 

Buckley, 

Burroughs, 

Coleman, 

D. S. Wentworth, 

Doran, 



DISTRICT No. 6. 



COMMITTEE. 

Messrs. Chas. S. Thornton, . Geo. L. Warner and 



James P. Mallette. 
AssH SupH in charge— Leslie 



Auburn Park, 

Brownell, 

Burnside, 

Carter, 

Cornell, 

Ellis Avenue, 

Farren, 

Fernwood, 



George Wm. Curtis, 

Greenwood Avenue, 

Harrison, 

Healy, 

Horace Mann, 

Kenwood, 

Lewis, 

McClellan, 



Fifty-fourth Street, Mark Sheridan, 



Lewis. 

Oak Ridge, 

Park Manor, 

Scanlan, 

Sherwood, 

Van Vlissingen, 

Walsh, 

Ward, 

Woodlawn, 

Yale. 



DISTRICT No. 7. 

committee. 

Messrs. Thomas Brenan, James Rosenthal and 

Mrs. L. L. Flower. 

AssH SupH in charge— Ella F. Young. 



Bowen, 

Calumet Avenue, 
Cummings, 
Douglas, 
Duncan Avenue, 
Forestville, 
Gallistel, 
Haven, 
Henry Clay, 



Jas. R. Doolittle, Jr., Parkside, 

J. L. Marsh, Phil. Sheridan, 



J. N. Thorp, 

Jones, 

Keith, 

Madison Avenue, 

Melville W. Fuller, 

Moseley, 

Oakland, 



Pullman, 

Raymond, 

Riverdale, 

Springer, 

Taylor, 

Webster. 



REPORT OF THE PRESIDENT 



REPORT 



OF THE 



PRESIDENT. 



To the Board of Education of the City of Chicago: 

Following the custom of my predecessor, I herewith 
submit the following brief report : 

The constitution of the State of Illinois provides for 
the education of all children under twenty-one years of 
age ; consequently the school system has been organized 
to give to all a training that will most harmoniously develop 
every child during these years. Under such enactments 
we have elementary schools, commonly known as primary 
and grammar schools ; secondary schools, known as high 
schools ; and schools for higher education, or colleges. 
One million dollars are raised annually by State taxes to 
support elementary and secondary schools. This sum is 
divided annually on the basis of the number of children. 
Chicago obtained last year $278,128.59 of this amount, 
and $287,170.37 was also received from the income of 



12 Public Schools. 

the permanent School Fund, which was obtained from 
the sale of school lands given to the State by the United 
States. The balance of the whole amount used for school 
purposes ($5,491,954.28) was raised by local taxation. 
As the State of Illinois has provided for higher education 
in its college at Champaign, Chicago is responsible for the 
elementary and secondary education of all her children. 
Suitable provision for this has been made in the Primary, 
Grammar and High Schools of the city. 

The fact is now generally recognized that education 
means leading out all the powers by cultivation and 
development; therefore, everything which will best unfold 
the child's mental, physical and moral powers should be 
used in the education of children. The Board of Educa- 
tion recognizes the fact that the whole machinery of the 
school system is for the purpose of properly educating 
the children; hence they have maintained a high standard 
of educational work, guarding against waste of effort 
and material. 

There has not been a time, since the destruction of 
school buildings in the great fire of '71, when the city 
has had school accommodations sufficient to provide for 
all children. The Committee on Buildings and Grounds 
have done all that was possible with the money appro- 
priated to their department. The Superintendent has * 
made recommendations for additional school sites and 
buildings, which the Board has been unable to provide 



Report of the President. 13 

on account of the limited appropriation. There is an 
urgent demand for good accommodations for over ten 
thousand children who are now in rented buildings. 

The Training School for Teachers has been organized 
during the year, and will prove in time to be to teaching 
what the law, medical and divinity schools are to those 
professions. 

The Bridewell Commissioners appealed to the Board 
of Education to provide teachers for boys who have 
been committed to that institution by the Courts. Two 
teachers were appointed and the boys are now receiving 
daily instruction in the common school branches. An 
appropriation of $80,000 was made for a suitable building 
to be located adjacent to the Bridewell, which is to be a 
Home and Manual Training School for all boys who may 
be committed for petty crimes. Reformatory influences 
will aid in saving many of them. The Board of Educa- 
tion has prepared plans for a building which will be 
constructed during the ensuing school year. 

The school for street boys, which includes newsboys 
and bootblacks, and which has been maintained at the 
Waif's Mission at No. 44 State street, is wholly unworthy 
of Chicago. As a class these boys are peculiarly alert, 
quick-witted and full of subtle craft. A close observer 
of them would be inclined to believe that they came into 
contact with the world soon after they emerged from the 
confines of the cradle. Long before their habits in life 



14 Public Schools. 

are formed they are thrown into contact with the gambler, 
the burglar and the professional politician. In the few 
leisure hours alotted to them they usually read dime 
novels, or attend the theatres and are known as "gallery 
gods." 

Sensational plays, in which one or more of the charac- 
ters referred to appear as central figures, attract them. 
They see the gambler emblazoned with diamonds, the 
burglar possessed of money obtained by a safe-blowing 
operation successfully performed upon the stage, in view 
of the audience, amid a hurricane of applause ; they see 
upon the stage the professional politician wielding a tre- 
mendous power, creating judges, making congressmen, and 
at will unmaking both. Many of these street waifs are led 
by easy stages to aspire to become one of these characters; 
the gambler, the burglar, or, worse than either, the profes- 
sional politician, and the intellectual and moral qualities 
which they possess make them doubly dangerous to society. 
The importance of this subject is so great that I deem it 
proper to refer, in confirmation of my views, to those enter- 
tained by that distinguished jurist, Judge Tuthill, 
President of the Waif's Mission, whose views are the 
outgrowth of a great experience as City Attorney, United 
States District Attorney, and as Judge of the Criminal 
Court. I further refer to the records of the police and 
criminal courts of the city. If these lads were properly 
cared for and made wards of the people they would in the 



Report of the President. 15 

future become guardians of the State. To this end suit- 
able rooms should be secured in the center of the city for 
their use, where they could be taught each day, and where 
irregularity and inattendance should not bar them from 
school privileges. The School Board of the city should 
take care of the educational, and those charitably disposed 
should look after the corporal wants of these little people. 
Special care should be taken to disillusionize them as to 
their stage and dime novel heroes, and to give them good 
books sufficiently interesting to supplant the novels of their 
choice, pleasant quarters in which to read them, and the 
very best teachers to inspire them to nobler thoughts and 
higher aims in life. The very helplessness of these boys 
appeals to us. They cannot attend our public schools, for 
during the greater portion of the school hours they are at 
work, and special indulgence should be shown to them in 
view of their environments. 

The warfare against "fads" has resulted in their elimi- 
nation from our schools. No longer are scholars required 
to defile their hands, without strengthening their intellects, 
by the creation of mud pies, or clay modeling. Paper cut- 
ting and all kindred nocuous, time-consuming fads have, 
with their authors, disappeared from the common school 
service of the city. Upon the Superintendent and his 
assistants there should be lodged no censure, either for the 
creation or maintenance of any of the fads mentioned. 
Their paternity is chargeable to a few members of the 



16 Public Schools. 

Board, who have resigned or whose terms of office hare 
expired, and whose authority was more potential than that 
asserted by the Superintendent and his aids. In the kin- 
dergarten department clay is used for the purpose of 
illustration and in object studies, and its use there is proper 
for the reason that no books whatever are used, the work 
being of a creative and constructive nature. The horizon 
of drawing has been circumscribed and within the limits of 
its present confinement good results have been obtained. 
Considerable money has been saved to the school service 
by reason of the abatement of the fads, and is now 
being used in teaching the children things which will 
be of service to them when their school days are over, 
and when they are called upon to earn a living. 

In the purchase of school sites, desks, furniture, books 
and other things necessary to the service, great care, cau- 
tion and economy have been observed, and in these and 
kindred matters the entire Board has acted in concert and 
harmony. The new members deserve a special recogni- 
tion for their zeal and careful investigation in matters of 
the late purchases of school books, where, by a commend- 
able and timely display of these qualities, several thousand 
dollars have been saved to the School Fund. While we 
may not agree as to who shall fill a minor place in the gift 
of the Board, we are a unit on the subject of throwing 
around the sacred fund of nearly six million dollars com- 
mitted to our care these safeguards: — rigid economy and 



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Report of the President, 17 

common honesty. Complete and effective advertisements 
and competitive bidding for all things purchased and con- 
tracted for by the Board have been its unbroken practice 
for the last year, at least, apd there has b^len, during that 
time, no hint or suggestion of collusive purchases of either 
school sites or chattels. 

Occasionally some notoriety-loving charlatan has as- 
sailed our educational department and undertaken to crit- 
icise our teachers, and has given instances without names 
of gross ignorance. Much time has been spent and great 
care taken to locate a case of this kind within the limits of 
the city of Chicago, without avail. Within the territory 
indicated, the teachers are capable and will compare favor- 
ably with any large city in the Union, and Chicago may 
well be proud of them as a body. 

There are men in the Board who have strong political 
convictions and ardently espouse the cause of their respec- 

tive parties outside of and ftcyond the Board of Education. 

» 

Politics has not been and never ought to be found within 
the confines of the service. No person has been appointed 
to or removed from the service of the Board of Education 
on account of politics. 

To the efficient, practiced and disciplined educators now 
in the employ of the Public School service should be mainly 
committed, unhampered by us, the duties of specific and 
general method of instruction to be adopted and used in 
the schools. 



18 Public Schools. 

To us, more fully and completely than practiced at 
present, belongs the duty of hiring and discharging em- 
ployes in all other departments of the school service, for 
we, and not the foremen or department heads, alone are 
responsible to the public. 

Salaries of assistant teachers have been advanced from 
$45.00 to $50.00 per month, for the first year of service, 
and the maximum salary for seven or more years of service 
in the Chicago schools has been increased to $800.00 per 
annum in the primary grades and to $825.00 per annum in 
the grammar grades. 

The introduction of Manual Training into the grammar 
schools is a movement to meet the demand of the people, 
that the hand as well as the head should be educated. 

The lamented Louis Nettelhorst established a standard 
of excellence in directing the affairs of the Board of Educa- 
tion, which was maintained by Hon. John McLaren, and 
therefore in administering the duties of the office of Pres- 
ident of the Board, I have been guided by their example 
and have been so heartily sustained by the members that 
the work has been a great pleasure and not a burden. 

Respectfully, 

A. S. TRUDE, 

President. 



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REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT. 



OF THE 



SUPERINTENDENT. 



To the Board of Education of Chicago: 

This fortieth Annual Report of the Schools of Chicago 
is respectfully submitted. It gives the usual statistics of 
enrollment, attendance and promotions ; the cost of instruc- 
tion and the expenditures for sites and buildings ; and a 
report of the School Census which was taken in April, 
1894. 

It also presents some of the changes effected in the 
Course of Study, the gradual extension of the Kindergar- 
ten and Manual Training in our schools as elements in 
education, and the organization and work of the Training 
Class for teachers. 

The various committee reports on high schools, music, 
drawing, physical culture, German, evening schools, and 
compulsory education give statistics, cost of instruction, 
and other information relating to # the educational depart- 
ment of our school system. 



22 Public Schools. 

The real results of the year's work must be found in 
the lives and characters of the boys and girls who have 
been under the personal influence and training of the teach- 
ers for the school year. 

SUMMARY OF STATISTICS. 

SCHOOL BUILDINGS. 

Number of Buildings— 1888-89 1889-90 1890-91 1891-92 1893-98 1893-94 

Owned by the City 102 203 219 230 251 269 

Rented 12 35 58 84 95 

Rooms Rented 236 

TEACHERS. 

Number op Principals— , — 1891-92 — . , 1892-93 — > - — 1893-94 — > 

Male. Female. Male. Female. Male. Female. 

In High Schools 12 12 12 

In Grammar and Primary v 

Schools 82 86 86 90 90 102 

Total Number of Principals 94 86 98 90 102 102 

Number of Assistants— 

In High Schools 73 94 80 98 87 102 

In Grammar and Primary 

Schools 20 2,878 34 3,055 34 3,325 

Special Teachers 32 23 38 27 32 28 

Total Number of Assistants. 125 2,995 152 3,180 153 3,455 

Total of Princ'ls and Ass'ts.. 219 3,081 250 3,270 255 3,557 

Total Number of Teachers... 3,300 3,520 3,812 

SCHOOL CENSUS. 

School School School School 

Census of Census of Census of Censusof 

1888. 1890. 1892. 1894. 

Total Population of the City 802,651 1,208,669 1,438,010 1,567,727 

Under 21 years of age 322,454 473,234 542,163 658,646 

Between the ages of 6 and 21 years.. 199,631 289,433 329,796 403,066 

Beiween the ages of 4 and 6 years 68,280 94,143 

Between the ages of 6 and 16 years.. 142,293 

Between the ages of 6 and 14 years 165,621 191,180 228,254 

Under 6 years of age 122,823 183,801 212,367 255,580 

PUPILS. 

The following statement exhibits, in tabulated form, 
the items of Enrollment, Membership, Attendance and 



Heport of the Superintendent. 23 

Promotions, for each of the Departments of our Public 
School System for the School Year: 

nw.i Average Average Per Cent. *.. _* 

J?I«V" Member- Attend- Attend- „J52£.. 
ment - ship. ance. ance. motions. 

In Primary Department 135,735.104,904.6 96,764.4 92.2 90,875 

In Grammar Department 4 3,149 39,380 . 6 37,443 .9 95 . 1 34,512 

In High School Department 6,189 5,381.8 5,124.4 95.2 4,462 

Deaf Mutes and Waifs 80 

House of Correction 205 

Total for the City 185,358 149,667.0 139,332.7 93.1 129,349 

Whole Number Enrolled— 

1889-90 1890-91 1891-92 1892-93 1893-94 

Total for the Year 136,541 146,751 157,743 166,896 185,358 

Increase over Previous Year. *41,804 11,210 10,992 9,152 18,463 

Average Daily Membership— 

Total for the Year 108,095 116,586 126,593 134,078 149,667 

Increase over Previous Year. *32,677 8,491 10,007 7,485 15,589 

Average Daily Attendance— 

Totals for the Year 100,486 108,137 117,641 124,094 139,332 

Increase over Previous Year. *80,027 7,651 9,504 6,453 15,238 

Per Cent, of Punctual At- 
tendance— 98.1 92.8 92.9 92.6 93.1 

Suspensions— 

For Absence 4,821 4,311 3,670 4,041 4,164 

For Misconduct 233 172 164 142 158 

Average Daily Membership by Grades— 

1889-90 1890-91 1891-92 1892-93 1893-94 

First Grade 25,786.7 26,668.6 28,684.2 29,479.6 33,638.2 

Second Grade 21,043.4 23,179.4 24,605.7 25,442.4 26,985.1 

Third Grade 18,139.2 18,792.0 20,705.5 22,769.0 24,087.8 

Fourth Grade 13,510.7 15,197.4 15,882.2 16,938.0 20,293.5 

Total Primary Dep't, 78,480.0 83,837.4 89,8776 94,629.0 104,904.6 

Fifth Grade 10,505.4 11,685.8 12,920.9 13,825.9 15,727.0 

Sixth Grade 7,306.0 7,612.8 9,130.4 9,700.8 11,235.3 

Seventh Grade 4,819.8 5,403.0 5,606.4 6,357.0 7,213.4 

Eighth Grade 3,341.3 3,842.7 4,331.5 4,481.3 5,204.9 

Total Gram. Dep't.. 25,972.5 28,544.3 31,998.2 34,365.0 39,380.6 

Ninth Grade 1,641.7 1,911.5 2,007.8 2,219.6 2,279.9 

Tenth Grade 892.7 1,123.2 1,244.4 1,321.1 1,487.5 

Eleventh Grade 635.3 700.4 837.0 878.4 942.4 

Twelfth Grade 420.8 451.0 558.9 665.0 672.0 

Total High 8chool Dep't 3,390.5 4,186.1 4,718.1 5,084.1 5,331.8 

Total in all Dep'ts... 108,095.2 116,586.2 126,593.9 134,078.1 149,667.0 

*Tbe large increase was caused by annexation. 



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Public Schools. 



Per Ct. in Prtm. Grades, 
t*er Ct. in Oram. Grades, 
Per Ct. in High Schools, 



72.06 


71.93 


71.00 


70.57 


70.09 


24.00 


24.48 


25.28 


25.64 


26.31 


3.34 


3.59 


3.72 


3.79 


3.60 



Average Number of Pupils to each Teacher, not Including Principals 
and Special Teachers— 

1889-90 1890-91 1891-92 1892-93 1893-94 

In High Schools 41 39 35 34 37 

In Gram, and Prim. Schools 48 46 46 45 45 

Number of Pupils Promoted— 

1889-90 1890-91 1891-92 1892-93 1893-94 

First to Second Grade 20487 21,371 22,980 26,506 26,550 

Second to Third Grade 17,530 19,173 20,616 22,925 24,052 

Third to Fourth Grade 15,831 16,207 17,796 19,988 21,500 

Fourth to Fifth Grade 12,057 13,421 14,165 15,515 18,273 

Total in Primary Grades.. 65,606 70,172 75,657 83,934 90,375 

. Fifth to Sixth Grade 8,616 9,786 10,478 11,666 13,715 

Sixth to Seventh Grade.... 6,086 6,348 7,724 8,199 9,376 

Seventh to Eighth Grade... 4,021 4,651 4,900 5,541 6,493 

Eighth to Ninth Grade 3,133 3,458 3,887 4,046 4,928 

Total in Gram. Grades... 21,856 24,243 26,989 29,462 34,512 

Total No. of Promotions in _ 

Prim, and Gram. Grades, 87,461 94,415 102,546 113,386 124,887 

Per Ct. of Promotions Based upon Average Daily Membership— 

1889-90 1890-91 1891-92 1892-93 1893-94 

Primary Department 83.4 83.7 84.1 88.7 86.1 

Grammar Department 84.2 84.9 84.3 85.7 87.6 

Both Departments 83.6 84.0 84.1 87.9 86.6 

AGE OF PUPILS. 

The following statement exhibits the ages of pupils at 
the date of their first enrollment during the year for the 



last seven years : 





1887-88 


1888-89 


1889-90 


1890-91 


1891-92 


1892-93 


1893-94 


Under 7 years of age 


11,280 


12,226 


20,175 


21,621 


23,241 


23,988 


29,633 


Between 7 and 8 years 


11,226 


11,629 


16,974 


19,865 


21,758 


22,584 


24,996 


Between 8 and 9 years — 


10,901 


11,060 


15,507 


17,207 


19,639 


21,623 


22,629 


Between 9 and 10 years .. 


10,648 


10,775 


16,079 


16,116 


17,514 


19,743 


21,841 


Between 10 and 11 yeai-s . . 


10,705 


10,980 


14,929 


15,782 


16.571 


18,196 


20,363 


Between 11 and 12 years. . 


9,673 


10,078 


13,836 


14,404 


15,228 


16,159 


17,567 


Between 12 and 13 years . . 


9,103 


9,471 


13,310 


14,025 


14,473 


14,819 


16,261 


Between 13 and 14 years. . 


6,874 


7,593 


10,806 


11,231 


11,783 


12,076 


13,226 


Between 14 and 15 years. . 


4,430 


4,748 


7,029 


6,431 


8,042 


8,093 


8,628 


Between 15 and 16 years. . 


2,478 


2,627 


3,959 


4,540 


4,564 


4,575 


5,009 


Between 16 and 17 years . . 


1,255 


1,378 


2,078 


2,391 


2,563 


2,441 


2.661 




1,105 


1.172 


1,860 


2,162 


2,367 


2,598 


2,544 



Total 89,578 93,737 135,641 145,665 157,743 166,895 185,358 



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Report of the Superintendent. 



25 



The following statement exhibits the number in every 

one hundred pupils, under the ages given, for the past 
seven years: 

1887-83 1888-89 1889-90 1890-91 1891-92 1892-93 1890-94 

Under 7 years 12.6 13.0 14.9 14.8 14.7 14.4 16.9 

Under 8 years 25.1 25.4 28. ft 28.4 28.5 28.0 29.5 

Under 9 years 37.3 37.2 38.8 40.2 41.0 40.9 41.7 

Under 10 years 49.0 48.7 49.9 51.3 52.1 52.7 53.5 

Under 11 years 61.0 60.4 61.0 62.1 62.6 63.6 64.4 

Under 12 years 71.8 71.2 71.2 72.0 72.2 73.3 73.9 

Underl3year8 819 81.3 81.0 81.6 81.4 82.2 82.7 

Under 14 years 89.6 89.7 89.0 89.8 88.9 89.4 89.8 

Under 15 years 94.6 94.3 94.2 93.8 94.0 94.2 94.5 

Under 16 years 97.4 97.2 97.1 96.9 96.9 97.0 97.2 

Under 17 years 98.76 98.75 98.63 98.52 98.6 98.4 986 

Over 17 years ^ 1.24 1.25 1.37 1.48 1.5 1.6 1.4 



COST PER PUPIL. 
For Tuition Alone— 

1889-90 1890-91 

Upon the School Census $6.92 $7.94 

Upon Number Enrolled 14.82 15.65 

Upon Average Daily Membership 18 . 59 19 . 70 

Upon Average Daily Attendance 19.99 21 .24 

For Incidentals— 

Upon the School Census $ 1.43 $ 1.37 

Upon Number Enrolled 8.05 2.70 

Upon Average Daily Membership 3.83 3.40 

Upon Average Dally Attendance 4.12 8 . 67 

For all Current Expenses, not Including 
Repairs, Permanent Improvements, Etc.— 

1889-90 1890-91 

Upon the School Census $ 8.35 $ 9.31 

Upon Number Enrolled 17.87 18.85 

Upon Average Daily Membership 22.42 23.10 

Upon Average Daily Attendance 24.11 25.36 



1891-92 


1892-93 


1893-94 


$7.76 


$8.47 


$ 7.53 


16.20 


16.75 


16.37 


20.19 


20.85 


20.27 


21.73 


22.53 


21.77 


$ 1.36 


$1.60 


$1.33 


2.85 


2.97 


2.89 


3.55 


3.69 


3.58 


3.82 


399 


3.83 


1891-92 


1892-98 


±.noo"\n. 


$9.11 


$ 9 97 


$ 8.86 


19.05 


19.72 


19.26 


23.74 


24.55 


23.85 


25.55 


26.62 


25.60 



ATTENDANCE. 

The total enrollment of pupils during the year was 
185,358, which was an increase of 18,463 over that of the 
previous year. 

The average daily membership was 149,667, which was 
an increase of 15,589, and the average daily attendance 



26 * Public Schools. 

was 139,332, which was an increase of 15,238, or nearly 
eleven per cent, in one year. The increase for the j*ear 
ending June, 1893, was only six per cent, on that of the 
preceding year. 

The increase in attendance was caused by the return to 
School of a large number of boys and girls who were tem- 
porarily employed in stores and homes during the World's 
Fair. Many have come into the public schools because 
their parents were unable to pay their tuition in the pri- 
vate schools. 

The more rigid enforcement of the provisions of the 
Child Labor Law has driven many young children out of 
the shops and factories and consequently into the schools. 

The erection of twenty -two school buildings and nine 
additions to old buildings, increasing the seating capacity 
of the schools nearly 20,000, has brought into the schools 
many children who have heretofore attended private schools 
or have been detained at home for lack of good school 
accommodations. Notwithstanding the erection of many 
new buildings, the number of pupils in half -day divisions 
and in rented buildings has not been much reduced. 

The number of children in rented rooms at the close of 
the year was 9,661, and in half -day divisions 14,086. 

ANNEXATION OF NORWOOD PARK. 

The people in the village of Norwood Park petitioned 
to be annexed to the City of Chicago at an election in 



Report of the Superintendent. 27 

November, 1893. The vote was favorable to annexation in 
both municipalities and Norwood Park became a part of 
the City of Chicago, November 20th, 1893. 

The village embraced the |East half of Section 5, all of 
Section 6, the North half of Section 7, and the Northwest 
quarter of Section 8, or two and a fourth square miles. 
There are two school buildings in the annexed territory, 
a two-story brick building having four rooms, and a one- 
story frame building, both valued at $9,500. 

There were five teachers and 146 pupils. The popula- 
tion in June, 1893, was 610. No re-organization or re-grad- 
ing of the school was necessary as the Course of Study in 
the suburban schools is nearly like that of the city. 

CENSUS. 

The biennial school census, authorized by the School 
Law of Illinois, was taken in April, 1894. A tabulated 
statement of statistics by wards and divisions of the city 
may be found in the appendix of this report, and is valua- 
ble for reference. 

The census shows the total population, the number 
of persons under 21, 14, 6 and 4 years of age ; the num- 
ber between 7 and 14 years of age who do not attend 
school ; the number attending any other than a publio 
school ; the number of deaf and dumb, and the blind ; also 
other items of statistical value. 



28 Public Schools. 

The number of children who attend private schools is 
43,546. This includes all under 21 years of age, 2,663 of 
whom are in Kindergartens. There were 185,358 children 
enrolled in the public schools for the year, and 228,904 
enrolled in both public and private schools. Nearly six 
per cent, of the children enrolled in the public schools are 
over 14 years of age ; this is probably true of those in the 
private schools, hence, of the total enrollment in all schools 
about 13,000 are over 14 years of age. The census shows 
that 12,567 under 16 years of age, which is nearly equal 
to the school enrollment above 14 years of age, are obliged 
to work and cannot attend school. The total number of 
children in Chicago between 6 and 14 years of age is 228,- 
254, or about the same as the total enrollment in all 
schools. While the total enrollment in public schools is 
185,358, the average daily membership is only 149,667, a 
difference of over 35,000. 

It is evident that many thousand children under 14 
years of age are kept out of school portions of the year for 
various reasons, and do not have the advantages of contin- 
uous instruction in any school. 

The report of the Department of Compulsory Educa- 
tion gives some interesting statistics, showing some of the 
causes for the non-attendance of children at public schools 
and the importance of protecting the children of Chicago 
in their educational rights. 



Report of the Superintendent. 29 

SCHOOL ACCOMMODATIONS. 

There are 145 combined grammar and primary school 
districts, and 43 independent primary school districts, with 
155,218 sittings; 12 high school districts with 6,909 sittings. 
There are 95 rented buildings, having 236 rooms and 
10,867 sittings. 

The following school houses have been completed and 
occupied during the year, namely : 

1. Louis Nettelhorst, Evanston avenue and School street, 16 
rooms and an assembly hall, 864 seats. 

2. James G. Blaine, Grace and Sheldon streets, 16 rooms and 
an assembly hall, 864 seats. 

3. Lorenzo Brentano, Linden and Evergreen avenues, 16 

* 

rooms and an assembly hall, 864 seats. 

4. Thomas Drummond, Clybourn avenue and Grirard street, 
16 rooms and an assembly hall, 864 seats. 

5. George Howland, Sixteenth street and Spaulding avenue. 
16 rooms and an assembly hall, 864 seats. 

6. George William Curtis, Stanwood avenue and State street, 
16 rooms and an assembly hall, 864 seats. 

7. John G. Whittier, Lincoln and Moore streets, 16 rooms and 
an assembly hall, 864 seats. 

8. Hermann Easter, Seventieth and Wood streets, 8 rooms 
432 seats. 

9. Seventy-second Street and Ellis Avenue, 4 rooms, 216 seats. 

10. Eighty-third Street and Nutt Avenue, 4 rooms, 216 seats. 

11. Belle Plaine Avenue, Belle Plaine avenue and Leavitt 
street, 4 rooms, 216 seats. 

12. Fifty-fifth Street and Blanehard Avenue, 4 rooms, 216 seats. 

13. CliarUs Sumner, West Forty-fourth street, near Harrison 
street, 16 rooms and an assembly hall, 864 seats. 



30 • Public Schools. 

14. William C. Bryant, West Forty-third street and Four- 
teenth street, 8 rooms and an assembly hall, 864 seats. 

15. John J. Audubon, Cornelia street and Hoyne avenue, 16 
rooms and an assembly hall, 864 seats. 

16. Andrew Jackson, Good and Sholto streets, 18 rooms, 972 
seats. 

17. West Pullman, One Hundred and Twentieth street and 
Farnell avenue, 8 rooms, 432 seats. 

18. James Bussell Lowell, Weage and Sheridan avenues, J 6 
rooms and an assembly hall, 864 seats. 

19. Oliver Wendell Holmes, Morgan street, near Fifty-sixth 
street, 16 rooms and an assembly hall, 864 seats. 

20. Hirsch and McAuley Streets, 4 rooms, 216 seats. 

21. Englewood Avenue and Mowry Street, 4 rooms, 216 seats. 

22. Hyde Park High, Kimbark avenue, near Fifty-seventh 
street, 18 class rooms, assembly hall, physical and chemical 
laboratories and art room, 918 seats. 

Additions have been made to the following schools: 

1. Kershaw, Sixty-fourth and Winter streets, 12 rooms and 
an assembly hall, 648 seats. 

2. J. N. Ihorp, Eighty- ninth street and Superior avenue, 8 
rooms, 432 seats. 

3. Bavenswood, Sulzer and Paulina streets, 12 rooms and an 
assembly hall, 648 seats. 

4. La Salle, Hammond and Eugenie streets, 9 rooms, 450 
seats. 

5. Wicker Park, Evergreen avenue and Robey street, 9 
rooms, 486 seats. 

6. Andersen, Division and Lincoln streets, 12 rooms, d48 
seats. 

7. Vedder Street (Schiller), Vedder street, near Halsted street, 
12 rooms, 648 seats. 

8. Armour Street, near Bickerdike square, 9 rooms, 486 seats. 



Report of Ike Superintendent. 31 

9. Washburne, Fourteenth street, near Desplaines street, 6 
rooms, 324 seats. 

The Committee on Buildings and Grounds have ex- 
pended $1,703,869.58 for new sites and school houses. If 
twenty-five more buildings, accommodating 800 pupils 
each, had been built in localities where there is a pressing 
demand for additional school accommodations, they would 
have been fully occupied, and there would still be need for 
the expenditure of the whole amount which is appropriated 
for building purposes, to provide for the regular increase 
in the school attendance, which has averaged over 10,000 
pupils for the last four years. 

The Board of Education has awarded contracts for the 
erection of the following new buildings and additions to 
old buildings. They will be completed and occupied dur- 
ing the ensuing year. 



1. David Farragut School, Twenty-third street and Spaulding 
avenue, 16 rooms, 864 seats. 

2. Salmon P. Chase School, Pointe street, near Armitage ave- 
nue, 18 rooms, 972 seats. 

3. Joseph Medill School, Henry street, near Loom is street, 16 
rooms and an assembly hall, 864 seats. Eight rooms in this build- 
ing will be fitted up to accommodate the high school pupils who 
live south of Polk street and east of Ashland avenue and south 
of the C, B. & Q. R. R. tracks. Eight rooms will be used for a 
primary or grammar school. 

4. John Marshall School, West Adams street, west of Kedzie 
avenue, 20 rooms and an assembly hall, 960 seats. Eight rooms 
in this building will be temporarily used to accommodate the first 
and second year high school pupils, who live west of the Pan 
Handle R. R. tracks, on Rockwell street. 



32 Public Schools, 

5. Elizabeth Peabody School, Cornelia street, near Noble 
street, 15 rooms, 810 seats. 

6. William E; Gladstone School, corner Robey and Thirteenth 
streets, 16 rooms and an assembly hall, 864 seats. 

7. Avondale School, Milwaukee and Diversey avenues, 8 
rooms and an assembly hall, 432 seats. 

8. Carl von Linne School, Thomas street, near Belmont 
avenue, 8 rooms, 432 seats. 

9. William H. Seward School, Forty-sixth and Page streets, 16 
rooms and an assembly hall, 864 seats. 

10. Bobert Fulton School, Fifty-third and .Page streets, 16 
rooms and an assembly hall, 864 seats. 

Additions are being made to the following schools : 

1. Woodlawn School, two additions, 6 rooms each, 648 seats. 

2. Wolcott St. School {McPherson), 10 rooms, 522 seats. 

3. Lincoln School, 10 rooms and an assembly hall, 540 seats. 

4. Hawthorne School, 9 rooms, two arranged with a rolling 
partition for an assembly hall, 486 seats. 

5. Taylor School, 8 rooms, 432 seats. 

Additional rooms have been fitted up on the third floors 
of the Madison Avenue, Parkside, Kershaw and W. EL 
Ray schools. A two-room frame building has been erected 
on the Hendricks school lot; also a two-room frame build- 
ing on the school site corner Jeffrey avenue and 74th 
street. 

ADDITIONAL SCHOOL ACCOMMODATIONS. 

The rapid growth of Chicago in population has made 
it impossible to construct school buildings fast enough to 
provide for the children who have applied for admission to 



Report of the Superintend-ent. 33 

otfr schools. No child has been excluded from the schools, 
however, for lack of school accommodations. Rented 
rooms have been secured whenever necessary, and half day 
divisions organized for the first grade pupils. The num- 
ber in rented rooms and half day divisions for the past 
four years, since the large annexation to the city's terri- 
tory, is as follows: 

1891— In rented rooms, 7,528 In half-day divisions, 15,773 

1892— " " 8,633 " " 18,069 

1893— " " 10,410 " " 14,375 

1894— " " 9,661 u " 14,086 

The annual increase in membership for the four years 
has been, 8,491 in 1891; 10,007 in 1892; 7,485 in 1893; 
15,589 in 1894. 

The annual appropriation for buildings and sites is 
barely sufficient to construct the buildings needed to pro- 
vide for the average growth of the city. An extra appro- 
priation of $1,500,000, in addition to the annual amount, 
is greatly needed that the Board may construct twenty - 
five new buildings, or additions to old ones, to provide 
suitable accommodations for over 10,000 children who are 
now attending school half a day or are in rented buildings. 

I recommend the erection of buildings as follows: 

First— A 16-room building near California avenue between 
Madison and Fulton streets, to relieve the Central Park and Cal- 
houn Schools. 

Second— A 20-room building on the site corner St. Lawrence 
avenue and 49th street, to relieve the Forestville School. 



34 Public Schools. 

Third— A 20-room building in the vicinity of 18th and Laflin 
streets, to relieve the Cooper, Throop Street, Longfellow and 
Komensky Schools. 

Fourth— A 20-room building in the vicinity of Sheffield and 
' Noble avenues, to relieve the Hawthorne, Agassiz and Alcott 
Schools. 

Fifth— An 18-room building in the vicinity of Mohawk and 
Menominee streets, to relieve the Newberry, Mulligan and Arnold 
Schools. 

Sixth— A 20-room building in the vicinity of Homan avenue 
and 12th street, to relieve the Thomas Chalmers School. 

Seventh— A 20-room building on the site comer 66th and May 
streets, to relieve the Beale and D. S. Wentworth Schools. 

Eighth- A 20-room building in the vicinity of 37th and Paulina 
streets, to relieve the Brighton School. 

Ninth— A 20-room building in the vicinity of Clarkson avenue 
and Palmer Square, to provide for the Boulevard School, which 
is occupying rented buildings. 

Tenth— A 16-room building and an assembly hall on the site 
owned by the city, corner 74th street and Evans avenue, to relieve 
the Cornell and Park Manor Schools. 

Eleventh- An 18-room building on the site corner Coblentz and 
Leavitt streets, to relieve the Langland and Logan Schools. 

Twelfth— A 16-room building on the site on Hope street near 
64th street. 

Thirteenth— An 8-room building and an assembly hall, on site 
corner Pickens street and Kenny avenue, to accommodate 
Hermosa. 

Fourteenth— An 8-room building and an assembly hall, corner 
Blanchard avenue and 43d street. 

Fifteenth— A 20-room building and an assembly hall on the 
site recently purchased, northeast corner Orchard and Centre 
streets, for the North Division High School. 

Sixteenth- A 16-room building and an assembly hall in the 
vicinity of Ohio and West 60th streets, to relieve the Amerson 
School. 



Report of the Superintendent. 35 

Seventeenth— An 8-room building near Peck avenue and Willis 
street, Irving Park. 

Eighteenth— A 20-room building and an assembly hall to 
replace the Pacific School. 

I also recommend that additions be built to the follow- 
ing school buildings: 

First— Von Humboldt, 16 rooms and an assembly hall. 
/Second— Talcott, 9 rooms, two to be arranged for an assem- 
bly hall. 

Third— Phil. Sheridan, 16 rooms and an assembly hall. 

Fourth— Ward, 9 rooms, to relieve the Harrison School. 

Fifth— Healy, 9 rooms, two to be arranged for an assembly 
hall. 

Sixth- McClellan, 9 rooms, two to be arranged for an assembly 
hall. 

Seventh— Pickard, 9 rooms. 

Eighth— Prescott, 9 rooms, two to be arranged for an assem- 
bly hall. 

Ninth— Duncan Avenue, 10 rooms and an assembly hall. 

Tenth— Englewood High School, 10 rooms. 

EXAMINATIONS FOR TEACHERS' CERTIFICATES. 

Three examinations of applicants for certificates to 
teach in the Chicago Schools have been held during the 
year, as follows: 

June 27th, 1893. 

FOR PRINCIPALS OF GRAMMAR SCHOOLS. 

36 applicants 6 successful. 

FOR PRINCIPALS OF PRIMARY SCHOOLS. 

20 applicants 1 successful. 

FOR ASSISTANTS IN HIGH SCHOOLS. 

79 applicants 17 successful. 



36 Piiblic Schools. 

FOR ASSISTANTS IN GRAMMAR AND PRIMARY SCHOOLS. 

702 applicants 138 successful. 

December 26th, 1893. 

FOR PRINCIPALS OF GRAMMAR SCHOOLS. 

33 applicants 4 successful. 

FOR PRINCIPALS OF PRIMARY SCHOOLS. 

22 applicants successful. 

FOR ASSISTANTS IN HIGH SCHOOLS. 

35 applicants 5 successful. 

FOR ASSISTANTS IN GRAMMAR AND PRIMARY SCHOOLS. 

631 applicants 225 successful. 

May 1st, 1894. 

FOR ASSISTANTS IN GRAMMAR AND PRIMARY SCHOOLS. 

130 applicants 37 successful. 

FOR SPECIAL TEACHERS OF MUSIC IN HIGH SCHOOLS. 

24 applicants 7 successful. 

SPECIAL SCHOOLS. 

Four schools have been established for the instruction 
of deaf mutes. There have been enrolled during the past 
year, 26 girls and 26 boys. These schools have been 
under the supervision of Mr. Henry C Hammond, who was 
for many years connected with the State institutions of 
Illinois and Indiana. These Deaf Mute Schools are located 
in the old High School building at 157 W. Monroe street, 
in the Prescott School, Wrightwood and Ashland avenues, 
in the Melville W. Fuller School, 42d street and St. Law- 
rence avenue, and in the Wicker Park School, Evergreen 
avenue and Robey street. 



Report of the Superintendent. 37 

In addition to instruction in the usual sign language, 
which has been the medium of communication with the 
deaf mutes, instruction has been given in what is termed 
"visible speech." The children are carefully trained to 
utter vowel and consonant sounds, and to recognize the 
movements of the mouth in the utterance of words. 

The results from this method of instruction have been 
encouraging and it is believed by the teachers that nearly 
all the deaf mutes can be taught to speak. The Board 
was induced to introduce this system at the beginning of 
the last school year, on account of the wonderful results 
that were demonstrated as possible in the instruction of 
4 deaf mutes, as presented at the World's Educational Con- 
gress, when the celebrated Helen Kellar, who was blind 
and deaf spoke to companies of people and interpreted the 
speech of others by feeling the motions of their lips. 

According to the census returns there are 675 unfor- 
tunate children between 6 and 21 years of age in the city of 
Chicago, who are deprived of hearing and speech, many of 
whom should be brought into these schools and their lives 
forever brightened and made valuable by the training 
which the teachers in the deaf mute schools can give. 

An appropriation of $50,000 has been made for the 
erection of a school for the blind. A lot has been pur- 
chased and a building will undoubtedly be erected during 
the coming year. The census shows that there are 92 per- 
sons between 6 and 21 years of age, who are blind. 



38 Public Schools. 

While the City of Chicago is responsible for the edu- 
cation of all the children of school age, still the responsi- 
bility for the education of the defective classes properly 
rests upon the State. 

The population of Chicago is now fully 35 per cent, of 
that of the whole State, and the City pays a large per cent, 
of the tax for State institutions. There are enough of the 
blind, the deaf and dumb, and the feeble-minded living 
within the borders of Chicago and Cook County to demand 
State institutions in our midst to especially care for these 
classes. Their education and training require special ap- 
pliances and special teachers. Their unfortunate condition 
appeals to the sympathies of all, and the very fullest and 
best provision should be made for their care, instruction 
and special training to ennoble their lives and to fit them 
for some useful occupation whereby they may support 
themselves. 

In September last, at the request of the Bridewell Com- 
missioners the Board of Education accepted the responsi- 
bility of establishing a day school in the Bridewell for the 
boys who were serving terms in that institution. Accord- 
ing to the last report of Mr. Mark Crawford, Superintend- 
ent of the Bridewell, there were 2,719 boys under 21 years 
of age who were sentenced to the Bridewell for periods of 
time varying from ten to ninety days, and 488 of them 
were under 16 years of age. In many instances boys who 
are released from the Bridewell are re-arrested within a 



Report of the Superintendent. 39 

very short time and sent back, so that there are many who 
have been in the Bridewell for months. 

Two teachers were employed and the classes had an 
average of about thirty-five each. Many of these boys 
were formerly in the public schools of Chicago, and the 
majority of them were in fourth and fifth grades, conse- 
quently they were ready for Mechanical Drawing, prob- 
lems in Arithmetic and the reading of Stories of American 
History, and other books. 

The Board of Education has also furnished a teacher to 
the Waifs' Home at No. 44 State street. This Home is 
intended to be a temporary one for those who have no pa- 
rents to protect and care for them. There has been an 
average of about forty boys enrolled. They are frequently 
absent and the effort to advance them systematically is not 
successful ; however, some good has been accomplished. 

PARENTAL SCHOOLS. 

There are many charitable organizations constantly 
seeking to remove homeless and neglected children from 
our city and to place them where the social surroundings 
and the moral influences will mold them for upright, useful 
citizens. There are, also, a large number of children 
who are constantly dropping out of our schools because 
of insubordination to discipline and want of co-operation 
between the parents and the teachers, and they are becom- 
ing vagrants upon the street and a menace to good society. 



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40 Public Schools. 

The welfare of the city demands that such children shall 
be put under restraint and educated in a place where all 
the surroundings will be wholesome and reformatory. I 
therefore call attention again to the necessity for the estab- 
lishment of a parental school for the care of such children. 

EVENING SCHOOLS. 

Fifty -one Evening Schools were maintained during 
the year for a period of six months. Eight of them were 
located in High School buildings, where mathematics, 
book-keeping, stenography, mechanical and architectural 
drawing are taught. The enrollment in the evening High 
Schools was 2,203. 

The total enrollment in all schools was 18,269, an 
increase of 3,739. The total cost was $135,730.94. The 
instruction in the Evening Schools, except as noted, has 
been confined to writing, arithmetic and reading. In- 
creased efficiency in teaching has been secured by the 
retention from year to year of the successful teachers. 
A large per cent, of those whose names appear on the 
enrollment record attended school less than one month, and 
consequently received very little benefit from the Evening 

■ 

Schools. Investigation showed that those who quickly 
dropped out of the schools were the young boys and girls, 
who were daily employed in stores and factories. Weari- 
ness of body unfitted them to spend the evenings in mental 
work. A large number of foreigners, who did not speak 



Report of the Superintendent. 41 

English, were enrolled. They were regular in attendance 
and very earnest in their efforts to acquire the English 
language. 

MANUAL TRAINING IN GRAMMAR SCHOOLS. 

The work in manual training, which was introduced 
into the Tilden School, upon the approval of the Board of 
Education, by Mr. R. T. Crane, who purchased the benches, 
tools and all materials, and has paid the salary of the 
teacher for over two years, has been very satisfactory. 
It has been fully demonstrated that manual training is an 
important element in the general education of a child. 
The Board of Education has introduced the work into 

other schools. The seventh and eighth grade boys in 

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twenty grammar schools have received instruction for an 
hour and a half, once a week. One outfit of benches and 
tools accommodates five schools. 

The boys from the Tilden, Washington, Carpenter, 
Emerson, and Skinner Schools received instruction at the 
Tilden School building. Those from the Jones, Haven, 
Moseley, Calumet Avenue, and Douglas Schools were 
accommodated at the Jones School. The Garfield School 
is the center for pupils from the Dore, Goodrich, Gar- 
field, Walsh, and Clarke Schools. The Agassiz School is 
the center for the classes from the Knickerbocker, Haw- 
thorne, Prescott, Alcott and Agassiz Schools. 



42 Public Sclwofo. 

ENGLISH HIGH AND MANUAL TRAINING SCHOOL. 

The English High and Manual Training School enrolled 
268 pupils last year, and graduated a class of fifty-one. 
Among the graduates there were several who were admit- 
ted to the Illinois State University, the School of Technol- 
ogy at Terre Haute, Indiana, and the Massachusetts Insti- 
tute of Technology, at Boston. Since the introduction 
of manual training into several of the grammar schools 
where the seventh and eighth grade pupils receive two 
years' instruction, there has been a decided increase in the 
number of boys who enter the English High and Manual 
Training School. There is every indication that there will 
be an entering class of at least 150 at the opening of the 
school next year. The present building will not accom- 
modate over 350 boys, and it will be necessary very soon 
to make some other provision for the accommodation of 
those who will wish to take the course ip this institution. 
It is in no sense a trade school, but it is laying the founda- 
tion for a business education in the elementary knowledge 
of Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Mechanical and 
Architectural Drawing, and the use of tools upon wood and 
iron ; at the same time it is giving a general education in 
the use of English, and in History and Literature. This 
enables them to enter the various employments and with 
this fundamental training quickly prepare themselves for 
the occupations of life. Some who graduated last year 
entered electrical works and have proved themselves com- 



Report of the Superintendent. 43 

petent and successful. Others have entered architects' 
offices, and the knowledge they have acquired of draught- 
ing has enabled them to do valuable service. Some have 
entered machine shops and have obtained special privileges 
and increased compensation on account of the experience 
acquired, which could have only been obtained by years 
of apprenticeship. 

Stenography and typewriting were introduced last 
year. 

There will soon be a demand for the removal of the 
South Division High School further south to accommodate 
the pupils who attend it. The building is immediately 
adjoining the elevated railroad. A part of it could be set 
apart for an English High and Manual Training School for 
the southern part of the city. It is easily accessible from 
every part of the south side by trains, cable and elevated 
roads. A similar school should also be established in the 
north division of the city, at some central point. When 
this is accomplished, it would in every way be desirable to 
extend the work of the English High and Manual Training 
School to include broader work in book-keeping, stenog- 
raphy and typewriting, and the study of commercial law. 
In other words, there is a demand for what may be denom- 
inated a Business Course in connection with an English 
High and Manual Training School in each division of the 
city. Of the 4,928 graduates from the eighth grade at the 
close of this year, probably one-half of them will enter the 



14 Public Schools. 

gular High Schools. Of the other half that will drop out 
school, many would be glad to take one or two years of 
ecial training in a business course if it were provided for 
em. I recommend that as soon as practicable these plans 
carried out. 

HIGH SCHOOLS. 
The total enrollment of pupils in the twelve High 
hools of the city was 6,189, an increase of 226 over that 
the preceding year. There were 711 graduates in June, 
94. The West Division, Englewood and Lake View 
igh Schools are badly crowded, a part of each school be- 
» accommodated in other buildings. The West Division 
igti School can be relieved by transferring all first and 
iond year pupils who live west of the Pittsburg and Cin- 
inati R. R. {Rockwell street) to rooms in the new John 
arshall School, on West Adams street near Kedzie ave- 
le, and by transferring all first and second year pupils 
uth of Folk street, east of Ashland avenue and south of 
e C. , B. and Q. R. R. tracks, to rooms in the Joseph 
edill School, on Henry street near Loomis street. 

Additions to the Lake View and Englewood buildings 
ust be erected before adequate relief can be given to those 
hools. 

The new Hyde Park High School was completed and 
;cupied in May, 1894. Provision has been made for lab- 
atory work in biology, physics and chemistry. The 



Report of the Superintendent. 45 

building has an assembly hall, a gymnasium, a reading- 
room and library. There are accommodations for. 918 
pupils. It will be filled in September next by the transfer 
of pupils from the South Division High School which has 
been badly overcrowded. 

The course of study in our High Schools is comprehen- 
ive enough to meet all requirements for admission to higher 
institutions of learning. In *the recent recommendations 
of the Committee of Ten, and in the discussions which have 
followed, it has been gratifying to know that our High 
School system is fully abreast of the demands for change 
and improvement, which that committee recommended. 
The demand for more practical work in the High Schools, 
especially in the sciences, induced the Board of Education 
to fit up laboratories and equip them with necessary appar- 
atus and appliances. 

The results of laboratory practice, in connection with 
the study of the sciences, have been very satisfactory. 
There is, however, a tendency to assume that all knowledge 
in science must be obtained by the pupil along the lines of 
original investigation and through oral instruction, and to 
discard the use of good text-books, which contain the 
results of the investigations of experts who have spent 
their lives in special research. 

The laboratory work should lead to the intelligent use 
of the text-book, which should be in the hands of the 
pupils, and to a greater use of the reference library. 



46 Public Schools. 

The instruction in the languages, history, literature and 
mathematics has not materially changed during the year, 
except that the introduction of an increased amount of 
reading in connection with history and general literature 
has been made. In order that this work may be done with- 
out expense to the pupils, the Board of Education has 
authorized that each High School be furnished with 
standard books in sets of thirty each. 

COLLEGE PREPARATORY COURSE. 

The number of pupils who are preparing for admission 
to college is increasing each year. The location of three 
Universities in Chicago and vicinity induces many to take 
up a college course of study. After careful consideration 
the Board of Education adopted a special college prepara- 
tory course of study and decided to open rooms in the 
various sections of the city where pupils, whose parents 
intend to have them enter the classical course in college, 
can begin the study of Latin in the seventh grade. At the 
close of the school year, notices were sent out to the 
various schools requesting those who desired to take such 
a course to fill out a blank which would indicate their pur- 
pose to enter such a school, and which should be signed 
by the parents of the pupils. Over 150 applications were 
made for admission to such classes, a majority of the 
applicants being located near the Chicago University. 

The Board of Education voted to establish such schools 



Report of the Superintendent. 47 

in the Hyde Park High School building, in the Blaine 
Branch of the Lake View High School, and the Grant 
Branch of the West Division High School. The course of 
study will cover a period of six years beginning with the 
seventh grade. The High Schools will continue to do the 
same work that they have done heretofore and preparation 
can be made in them for various college courses ; those, 
however, who begin the study of Latin in the seventh 
grade will have the advantage of a broader and fuller 
preparation, and it is hoped that ultimately many of them 
will enter the classical course in college a year earlier. 
This course of study is not intended to displace the exist- 
ing courses of study, but to put into separate classes those 
who wish to make direct and special preparation for 
admission to some college. The general course of study 
in our High Schools is intended to give the best and fullest 
training possible to pupils, whether they go to college 
or not. 

The outline of study for the college preparatory course, 
as adopted by the Board of Education, may be found in 
the appendix of this report. 

TRAINING CLASS FOR CADETS. 

The first Training Class for Cadets was organized Octo- 
ber 1st, 1893, in the Thomas Hoyne School, corner Cass and 
Illinois streets, where three rooms were set apart for its 
use. There were 176 members in the class, composed of 



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8 Public Schools. 

raduates of the various High School* whose average 
tholarship for the four years had been 90 per ceut. and 
i>ove, and those who had passed the regular teacher's 
siirninution but had never taught school. Two teachers 
ere elected, Mrs. Agnes M. Hardinge, who was educated 
the Chicago schools and had been a successful teacher 
i the various departments of them for twenty years, had 
3en a head assistant in a grammar school, and afterwards 
science teacher in the North Division High School, and 
liss Theresa L. McGuire, who was also educated in the 
hicago schools, had taught in various primary grades and 
as one of the most successful head assistants in the 
•tmary schools. Arrangements were made by which the 
lember.-i of the Training Class received instruction during 
le forenoon from 9 to 11:30 a. m., when they were dis- 
lissed and reported for the afternoon session at the school 
i which they were assigned as cadets, where they observed 
ic methods of instruction, assisted the regular teachers 
id conducted recitations occasionally. Instruction was 
iven to the cadets during the morning sessions in the 
ethods of teaching reading, writing, arithmetic, geogra- 
liy, history, music, drawing and calisthenics. 

Courses of lectures in psychology and in school man- 
cement were given by the assistant superintendents. The 
>ecial teachers in drawing, music and physical culture, 
ich instructed the class once a week. 

For many years prior to the organization of the Train- 



Report of the Superintendent. 49 

ing Class, inexperienced teachers were assigned to schools 
where they assisted regular teachers in the management of 
the rooms, and were called upon to substitute when teachers 
were absent. As soon as they demonstrated power to 
manage a room, they were appointed to positions in our 
schools. Since the organization of the Training Class the 
instruction which has been given to the cadets in the 
methods and principles of teaching has resulted in making 
them much more effective as teachers. The excellent 
methods, plans and suggestions which have been given, 
have molded and shaped the character of the work of the 
cadets to such an extent that many of the regular teachers 
have become interested in their plans of work and have 
also sought to apply them. The reports of the success of 
the cadets in the various schools, which have been received 
from the principals indicate that this training has proved 
efficient and of great value in their teaching. The teachers 
in the training school devoted the afternoons to an inspec- 
tion of the work of the cadets in the various schools, thus 
enabling them to give suggestions and assistance to those 
who needed them. It also enabled the training teachers to 
familiarize themselves with the character of the work done 
throughout the city, and to present to the cadets the most 
successful methods and plans in general use. 

The first class completed the work outlined by the first 
of February and were appointed to positions as fast as 
there was any demand for their services. While acting as 



50 Public Schools. 

cadets in the Training Class, by action of the Board of 
Education, they were paid the sum of 75c. per day. After 
completing the Training Class work they received $1.00 
per day for their services as trained cadets in the schools 
to which they were assigned. 

Another class, composed of graduates from the High 
Schools, and those who had passed the required examina- 
tions in December, numbering one hundred and thirty-two 
members, was admitted to the Training Class on the 
first of February, and completed their work in June. 
They will be ready for assignment to positions as teachers 
in September next. By this arrangement of two classes 
each year, most of the schools can be supplied with one 
cadet who will be able to assist the regular teachers for 
one-half of each day while receiving instruction. 

The Board of Education may be congratulated upon 
the success which has been achieved in the organization 
of this Training School, resulting in the better prepara- 
tion of the young teachers to whom is committed the 
training of children at the beginning of their school life. 
There is a demand for more extended training and prepa- 
ration of the graduates of our High Schools for the work 
of teaching. At least one year should be given to profes- 
sional training before they should be permitted to take 
charge of fifty children, whose minds and characters are 
in the formative period, and who require the nurture and 
training of a skilled teacher. 



Report of the Superintendent. 51 

The Training Class should include a sufficient number 
to furnish 350 teachers each year from the graduates of our 
High Schools, in order to supply the vacancies which will 
occur from time to time in primary grades. I there- 
fore recommend that the course of study in the Training 
Class for Cadets be one year; that two classes be organ- 
ized, one to be admitted in September and the other in 
January of each school year; that the membership be 
determined by examinations; that only graduates of the 
Chicago High Schools, and of other institutions having 

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an equivalent course of study, be admitted to examination; 
and that the number admitted to each class at present 
shall not exceed one hundred and eighty. 

PENMANSHIP. 

The request which was made last year that, when writ- 
ing, all pupils be required to take a front position, the 
body erect and well balanced, the arms resting on the desk, 
and that the book, slate or paper should be so placed that 
the eyes would be evenly focused upon the work, has 
resulted in a very great improvement in the penmanship, and 
in a change of the style of writing from the slant to the 
vertical letter, which makes the writing much more legible. 

In the minds of many this change is regarded as 
unwise because the penmanship tycks the graceful curves 
and the slant to which we have been accustomed so long. 
I find that in public libraries, the card catalogues written in 



52 Public Schools. 

the vertical style are preferred because of their quick leg- 
ibility. The entries in abstract book&, and in ledgers, and 
all manuscripts which are written in a plain vertical style 
are easily and quickly read. The general introduction of 
the typewriter has reduced the amount of written work, 
and economy in time demands that all penmanship shall 
be simple, and as legible as possible. The change in the 
position of the body and in the use of the eyes is certainly 
a commendable reform. The general character of the pen- 
manship is improved. 

Many business men who have been accustomed to the 
slant penmanship have found that as soon as they arrange 
their paper directly in front of them, the vertical penman- 
ship is secured without any change in the habits of writing. 

DRAWING-, MUSIC, PHYSICAL CULTURE. 

Drawing has been taught in all grades above the first. 
There has been less time spent on drawing from models 
and more time given to free-hand sketching of objects 
sucb as leaves, fruits, boxes, baskets, vases, and other 
objects nearest the type form. The drawing is slowly 
becoming a means of expressing thought and is being used 
effectively by some teachers in their other class work. 
Drawing will not have its true place in our educational N 
system until it becomes closely related to all other work. 

The instruction in music is received by the pupils as an 
enjoyable recreation. The effort to secure pure tones, well 



Report of the Superintendent. 53 

modulated voices, expression in singing adapted to the 
thought, a knowledge of the scale and the power to cor- 
rectly sing its intervals, has been persistent and successful. • 

The physical culture has been continued under the gen- 
eral direction of the special teachers. Successful work in 
this department has been done by the grade teachers, who 
fully realize that it is very important that children should 
have physical recreation daily, and that a change from 
close mental application to the physical exercises usually 
given in the schools, rests and refreshes the pupils, pre- 
serves good nature and is conducive to health. 

GERMAN. 

Instruction in German has been given to ajl pupils in 
the Grammar grades whose parents request that their 
children be permitted to take it. Wherever it has been 
practicable, pupils who speak the language at home have 
been classified by themselves and advanced work has been 
given to them. English speaking children, who begin the 
study of German in the fifth grade, acquire the power to 
read quite readily in the third German reader, and to 
translate fairly well by the time they complete the eighth 
grade. This additional study has not retarded the general 
advancement of pupils or their promotion. 

KINDERGARTENS. 

Ideal methods of education are being constantly pre- 
sented and experiments are being tried in every section of 



54 Public Schools. 

our country. Children possess certain powers which are 
common to all. The fundamental training is in the home. 
♦ There they acquire their first ideas and the forms of 
expression. There they also obtain their first notions of 
government involving their individual freedom and the 
rights of others. When they enter school they have 
acquired much, and the teacher is confronted with indi- 
viduals possessing certain inherited and developed char- 
acteristics, which she must study and analyze if she 
is to be effective in her work of teaching and training. 
To assume that all minds can be trained in the same way 
and that a prearranged mode of treating a class will 
properly educate each child, is to ignore the obser- 
vations, teSts and experiences of the successful teachers 
of the past. 

Of all ideal methods which have been presented during 
the present century, the kindergarten brings ideas, prin- 
ciples and practices which fundamentally affect all edu- 
cation. Everything that touches the health, senses, 
emotions, impulses, motives, volitions and acts of the 
child are observed, studied and directed with reference 
to their bearing upon the growth and development of 
a symmetrical, physical, mental and moral being. 

Ten kindergartens which had been maintained in 
public school buildings by the Chicago Froebel Associa- 
tion and by the Chicago Kindergarten College, were 
adopted by the Board of Education in October, 1892. 



Report of the Superintendent. 55 

During the last school year ten more kindergartens have 
been accepted from these associations or have been estab-, 
lisbed upon petition, thus making twenty kindergartens 
which are now connected with the public school system. 
Thus far the directresses have been selected from those 
who were graduates of one of the Kindergarten Training 
Schools of Chicago. As the number of kindergartens 
increases, the demand for positions in them increases. 
It is of vital importance to the future success of the 
whole system that only well educated and thoroughly 
trained kiridergartners should be employed in these 
schools. I therefore recommend that all applicants for 
positions as kindergartners shall be graduates of some 
.recognized Kindergarten Training School, and shall pass 
an examination testing their general scholarship, and 
their knowledge of kindergarten principles \ and methods, 
before they shall be employed in the public school 
kindergartens. 

The work which has been done in these schools has 
been very satisfactory. Transforming influences are 
touching many young lives, and the educative value of 
the training is shown in the work of such pupils in 
the primary grades. 

REVISED COURSE OF STUDY. 

In a great system of schools where there are a large 
number of teachers employed, and where pupils are 



56 Public Schools. 

changed frequently by promotion or by transfer and are 
brought under the instruction of many different teachers, 
it becomes necessary to classify the subject-matter which 
shall be taught, and to arrange that a certain amount 
of practical and essential work shall be systematically 
studied. 

Courses of study are arranged with special reference 
to a careful selection of the essentials in an elementary 
education. In most instances teachers are unqualified 
to present any original method of studying or of investi- 
gating a subject, and can do no better for their pupils 
than to follow a well-developed system with the neces- 
sary information regarding the subject presented in a 
text-book, until their own study and investigation have 
made them competent to elaborate their individual plans 

« 

of work. 

An outline of study does not necessarily mean that a 
teacher must lose her individuality, or be deprived of 
any originality that she may possess in instructing her 
pupils. 

There are subjects which are closely related to the life 
and surroundings of every child, and afford the moat 
direct and available material for the observation and 
thought of the pupil. 

The movement in education which has sought to con- 
form all educational methods to that which is natural, 
as determined by a close observation of the habits and 



Report of the Superintendent. 57 

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inclinations of children, has resulted in a radical modifica- 
tion of the methods of primary instruction. 

The child is permitted to see and handle things and to 
talk about them. The living things — the cat, the bird, 
the fish, the caterpillar, the butterfly; the growing plant, 
the opening bud, the blooming flower, the colored fruit; 
the rock, the sand, the soil; the sunshine, the cloud, the 
heat, the cold, the wind, the rain, the snow and ice — all 
attract attention and afford the themes for observation, 
investigation and conversation. 

It is of primary importance that work in Nature Study 
should deal with real things so far as possible. Next to 
the object are the model and the picture, and last the word- 
picture. To depend upon what may be read from books 
or the information which the teacher may collect and tell 
to the children is to defeat the whole purpose of object 
lessons, which are given to cultivate the habits of observa- 
tion, investigation and expression. The knowledge of 
things, their qualities and uses must be the foundation for 
acquiring higher knowledge. Every lesson given should 
have an object in view and a relation to other work which 
is to follow. 

The method pursued should give the training that will 
enable the child to see, to hear, to feel and to inquire into 
all the phenomena of nature ; to compare, to reason and 
to form judgments. 

In the revision of the course of study, the primary 



58 Public Schools. 

geography with its definitions and terms, and its long list 
of eapes, rivers and towns to be located, has been used as a 
reading book and other geographical readers have been 
introduced, in which certain physical features of the 
earth's surface such as the division of land and water, the 
river basins, the drainage, the distribution of plants and 
animals, the mountain masses, and the formation of deltas 
and islands are familiarly presented. A few facts in 
mathematical geography relating to sunrise and sunset, the 
points of the compass and the location of the North Star 
are to be considered ; also a little of the political geogra- 
phy leading from the home surroundings to the city or 
town, to the county, the state, the country, the continent, 
and the whole earth. 

These facts* open the way for the consideration of the 
questions of the exploration, settlement and colonization of 
different parts of the earth. Thus, by general reading, 
familiar talks, illustrations and observations, pupils are 
prepared to study advanced geography and history which 
holds a close relation to it. 

In Arithmetic there has been an elimination of mapy 
things in compound and denominate numbers, in decimals, 
and in the various applications of percentage, which are 
seldom known in ordinary business life and which are of 
no essential value, except as a means of mental exercise. 
Such reduction in arithmetic has been effected that one- 
half of the eighth year will be given to the study of ele- 



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Report of tits Superintendent. 



59 



mentary algebra. It is believed that the study of algebra 
for the first half of the eighth grade will enable the pupils 
to take, during the last half of the year, more of advanced 
arithmetic which will be quickly and fully understood 
because of the pupil's power to apply algebraic principles. 

The importance of more continuous and systematic 
instruction in mental arithmetic has been recognized. 
Provision has been made to study the subjects mentally 
before the same are taken up in written arithmetic, thus 
enabling the teachers to develop a correct knowledge of 
the principles involved by using simple illustrative 
examples. Comparatively few of the children will have 
occasion to solve problems dealing with large numbers, but 
all will daily need the power to mentally solve the varied 
problems that are presented in ordinary business life. 
Therefore there should be sight-reading of problems and 
an immediate statement of the result, in addition to the 
oral work which should always be given to secure quick 
mental activity in interpreting number relations. 

The elements of Geometry have also been introduced. 
A series of mathematical studies which should very closely 
accompany all the work done in Arithmetic, has been 
arranged. This form-study involves some of the simple 
propositions of Plane Geometry. It is the purpose to 
have the pupils study and compare the various surfaces 
and solid forms, and to construct their own definitions 
and practical problems. 



60 . Public Schools. 

The work in History has been gradually changed during 
the past years by the introduction of historical stories, bio- 
graphical sketches, and the history of the colonies, in sup- 
plementary reading which has laid in the fourth, fifth 
and sixth grades a most excellent foundation for the study 
of American History. The development, of our nation 
and its special form of government has received attention, 
and the study of Civics in the seventh and eighth grades, 
has greatly enlarged the scope of historical study, and 
cultivated patriotism and a high regard for American 
institutions. 

The leading facts in English history have been made a 
part of the course of study in the past through supple- 
mental reading. 

The new course of study provides that a text-book 
shall be used during the first half of the eighth year, and 
that during the last half of the year American history 
shall be reviewed. Experience has shown that a broader 
and better knowledge of the history of our country can 
be obtained by having a knowledge of the English people, 
of whom we were a part prior to the War for Independence. 

The course provides that the study of English, which 
is commenced in the first grade and continued to the 
eighth, shall be closely allied to every subject taught, 
and as soon as the power to read for the thought is 
acquired, then as far as possible the reading lessons shall 
be selected with special reference to the various subjects 



Report of the Superintendent. 61 

which are to be studied, as geography, history, science 
and mathematics. The course in English, which was 
greatly modified several years ago by the introduction of 
choice selections in literature, and even whole composi- 
tions, has not been materially changed. The study of the 
formation of words, their inflections, and the sentence 
construction, were made secondary and subservient to the 
thought. Instead of a text-book of grammar being made 
the basis of all language study, it is now made a reference 
book for the pupils, as special words and forms of expres- 
sion in literature are selected and studied from time to 
time. In other words, it is the intention to have the work 
in English so arranged that correct thinking must first be 
established, and then correct expression of thought 
secured, after which the grammatical terms and rules shall 
be acquired. 

WORLD'S FAIR. 

The schools were dismissed one week, Oct. 16th to 21st 
inclusive, to enable all children to attend the Fair. 
Through the generosity of public-spirited citizens, to whom 
appeals were made by Mr. A. H. Revell, member of the 
Board of Education, free tickets of admission were pro- 
vided for all school children who had not attended the 
great Exposition. About forty thousand free tickets were 
thus distributed. Classes accompanied by their teachers 
frequently visited the Fair and made a special study of the 



i 



62 Public Schools. 

life, customs, productions and manufactures of foreign 
countries. In every respect the Exposition was a won- 
derful object lesson to the children of Chicago. At the 
close of the Fair many specimens of the mineral and 
vegetable products of the world were donated to the 
public schools. The very complete exhibit of the various 
departments of the educational work of this city, which 
was placed in the Illinois Building, received much atten- 
tion and was highly commended by visitors from foreign 
countries and from other States. 

The following awards were made to the public schools 
of the City of Chicago: 

Manual Training, Drawing, Primary Work, Interme- 
diate Work and High School Work. 

CONCLUSION. 

The rapid growth of Chicago has taxed the resources 
of the city to the utmost to provide the necessary buildings 
for the care of the children and to pay the salaries of addi- 
tional teachers. 

All changes in the course of study have been made with 
the purpose of giving the children a better and broader 
preparation for life's work and for American citizenship. 
The wholesome moral impressions, which are being made 
upon the pupils by regular attendance, continuous and 
interesting study, self-discipline, the recognition of the 
rights of others, and by the faithful teaching, wise counsels 



Report of the Superintendent. 63 

and ennobling influences of conscientious teachers, will 
certainly develop a class of young men and women, who 
will be equipped for lives of usefulness. 

Nearly four thousand teachers are devoting the best 
years of their lives to the service of the City. As a body 
they are progressive in their efforts to become better 
teachers, are loyal to all the requirements of the Board, 
and are devoted to the progress and development of their 
pupils. 

The Principals have wisely managed the discipline of 
their schools, attended to the promotions of pupils, directed 
and supervised the instruction of their assistants, carried 
out the suggestions of the Superintendents, and have 
earnestly endeavored to make their schools efficient in 
every respect. 

The Special Teachers and Supervisors have faithfully 
and effectively directed the work of their departments, 
have given special instruction to new and inexperienced 
teachers after school and on Saturdays, and have en- 
deavored to keep their work in close and harmonious 
relations to the other studies. 

The Assistant Superintendents have unitedly labored 
to carry out the purposes and plans of the Board of Edu- 
cation in directing the educational work of the city. They 
have systematically visited the schools in their respective 
districts, advised the principals and teachers, suggested 
better methods of instruction, instructed the cadets of the 



64 , Public Schools. 

Training Class once a week, and have heartily co-Operated 
with the Superintendent in administering all the varied 
duties of his office. 

The members of the Board of Education have given 
much valuable time, at a personal sacrifice, to the educa- 
tional interests of Chicago, involving all questions relating 
to the education of the youth of the city, the employment 
o 4,500 employes and the expenditure of $5,491,954.28. 

I desire to express to the members of the Board my 
sincere thanks for many acts of personal and official kind- 
ness. 

ALBERT G. LANE, 
Superintendent of Schools. 



3Mt iptjemortam* 



"There's nothing terrible in death; 
' Tis but to cast our robes away, 
And sleep at night without a breath 
To break repose till dawn of day." 



ARNOLD HENRY VANZWOLL. 

Principal of the Irving School. 
Born in Deventer, Holland, September j> j8jy; died December 28 \ 18Q3. 

Mr. Vanzwoll was a pupil in the Kinzie School in 
1852, and when the High School was organized in Octo- 
ber, 1856, he became a member of the first senior class, 
graduating in 1860. He commenced teaching at Lodi, 
111., in September, I860. He received an appointment 
as an assistant in the Chicago High School, July, 1861. 
He was elected principal of the Scammon School in 
July, 1863, was transferred to the Dore School in Aug- 
ust, 1876, and to the Irving School in July, 1884, where 
be remained until his death. 

65 



66 Public Schools. 

Mr. Vanzwoll taught in the night schools many years,, 
and was elected Supervisor of Evening Schools in Sep- 
tember, 1889, resigning the position in June, 1893, on 
account of ill health. 

He was wholly devoted to his school work, and ren- 
dered to the City of Chicago thirty- three years of con- 
tinuous service. While receiving his education in the 
Kinzie and High Schools, he supported himself by work- 
ing in the mailing department of the Chicago Tribune. 
He early acquired those exact, positive ways which 
characterized him and bis whole educational work. He 
was a successful teacher, and there are thousands of his 
former pupils in Chicaga and . in the West, who will 
always remember him with gratitude for his positive 
discipline, thorough instruction and wise counsels. 



In M^moriam. 67 

MAGGIE L.'QULNM- 

Foster School, died July 2$, /&&• 

WJNJERUl F. GAVIN. 

O' Toole School, died September 26, 1893. 

MARY. E..CURLE*. 

Ogden School \ died September 20^ 1803. 

MINNIE L. DOTY. 

Thomas Hoyne School, died September 20 , 1803. 

MAGGIE E". McGARRY. 

Dore School, died 'October 16, i8gj. 

ANNIE McGETRICK. 

Pearson Street School, died October 23, 1803. 

GEORGIANA LEWIS. 

Hendricks School, died October 31, 1803. 

MARY BEAHAN. 

Clarke School, died December 13, 1803. 

IRENE M. KENNEDY, 
Andersen School, died January 1, 1804. 

HELEN WULLWCBCR. 

Von Humboldt School, died January, 1804* 

PATTY A. HACK. 

Newberry School, died April 2Q, 1894. 

ZALIA 8EVERINGHAU8. 

Wells School, died May 8, 1894. 



68 Public Schools. 



agnes'reynolds. 

Franklin School, died May 14, 1894. 



LOUISA LANDOLF. 

Cornell School, died May 2j y 18Q4. 

FREDERICA THOMAS. 

South Chicago High School, died June 20, 1894. 



1 ^Death's but a path that must be trod 
If man would ever pass to God.'* 



REPORTS OF STANDING 
COMMITTEES. 



REPORT OF THE COMMITTEE QN FfflfiHGE. 



To the Board of Education of the City of Chicago: 

Your Committee on Pinance respectfully presents their 
report, in detail, of the expenditures on account of the Board 
of Education for the school year ending June 30, 1894, as fol- 
lows: 

school tax fund. 
Salaries— 

Superintendents. and teachers $3,054,266 07 

Less amount obarged to school fund $ 776,855 07 

Less for salaries of teachers of special studies... 484,498 43 

Office employes 

Engineers and janitors 

School Sites— 

Adams Street, between Kedzie and Spaulding Avenues 

Northeast corner Dickens and Keeney Avenues. 

Addition to West Pullman School lot 

Southwest corner Page and Forty-sixth Streets 

Augusta Street, between Noble and Ashland Avenues 

Southeast corner St. Lawrence Avenue and 49th Street 

Champlain Avenue, between Sixty-fifth and Sixty-sixth Sts . . 

Thomas Avenue, near Belmont Avenue 

Henry Street, between Throop and Loomis Streets 

Southeast corner Washburne Avenue and Robey Street 

String Street School lot 

Addition to Woodlawn Branch School lot 

Southeast corner Phillip Avenue and Ninety-second Street.. 

New Buildings— 

On account of contracts for erection of 



Amount carried forward 

71 



1,261,348 49 






$1,772,906 58 






54,836 65 




292.543 90 


$ 32,000 00 




4,400 00 




600 00 




8,000 00 




27,500 00 




21,800 00 




3,500 00 




5,400 00 




21,000 00 




15,000 00 




27,000 00 




8,500 00 




5,800 00 






180,500 00 




• 


1,453,144 96 




$3,753,932 15 



t SB 06 

31.03S H 
12,148 23 
15.314 43 



790 00 
810 00 
884 00 



8,574 00 



r SW _**- 



. % 4B,06SOS 
3.M5S0 

47,82186 

. ( 18.203 50 
1,105 HO 
474 45 

S0.B4S86 



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fl w 

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Committee on Finance. 



13 



Amounts brought forward $ 684 05 $3,895,196 

Komensky 76 00 

Madison Avenue 18 50 

Newberry # 8 60 

Pullman (Lake) 197 00 

Ryereon 75 00 

Walsh 33 60 

$ 1,092 75 

Earth Filling and Cindering on the following 
named School Lots: 

Englewood High $ 20796 

HydeParkHigh 746 42 

Alllce L. Barnard 5,091 09 

Amerson 36 75 

Andersen 204 76 

Arnold 38 70 

Auburn Park 4 50 

Blaine 546 00 

BellePlaine 701 60 

Boulevard 804 65 

Brenan 23 40 

Brentano 487 00 

Bryant *... 828 00 

Burr 5 40 

Calumet Avenue 9 00 

Central Park 75 60 

Colman 13 50 

Cummings 11 25 

D.S. Wentworth 99 00 

Doran 64 00 

Dore 5 65 

Drummond 1,084 20 

Eighty-third Street 2,225 80 

Ellen Mitchell 27 00 

Ellis Avenue 497 50 

Elsdon 553 00 

Elston 500 00 

Everett ' 150 80 

Fallon 14 75 

Farjagut 1,008 05 

Farren 121 20 

Fernwood 798 00 

Fifty-fourth Street 26 43 

ForestviUe 23 16 

Gallistel 823 68 

George Howland 984 78 

George W. Curtis 543 94 

Goodrich 6 75 

Grant 71 55 

Greenwood Avenue 560 87 

Hamilton 1,058 75 

Harrison 25 65 

Hartigan 4 50 

Amounts carried forward $ 20,109 90 $ 1,092 75 $3,89549$ 



174 Report* of -Standing Committees. 

Amounts brought forward $ «0,109 90 $ 1}0»2 75 $8,895,195 00 

Hedges 1,106 00 

Hendricks 10 12 

Hermann Raster 409 48 

Hoffman Avenue 19 60 

Holden 887 36 

Holmes «77 97 

J.N. Thorp 84 25 

J. C. Burroughs 589 88 

John Crerar 6 80 

John Ericsson 1,649 70 

Jones 45 00 

Kershaw 1,826 00 

Knickerbocker .... 268 80 

LaFayette 1461 00 

Louis Nettlehorst 270 00 

Lowell 869 90 

Madison Avenue 977 60 

Mark Sheridan 42 00 

Montrose 114 75 

Newberry 19 20 

Oak Ridge 481 75 

Park Manor 560 74 

Pickard 176 65 

Prescott 2,102 00 

Riverdale 2 2k 

Ryerson 47 77 

Scanlan 694 74 

Springer 60 71 

Sumner 546 75 

Tilton 90 25 

Van Vlisr.ingen 4,882 85 

Walsh 27 00 

Waubansia 1,550 00 

Whittier 1,527 48 

Wolcott Street 199 20 

Yale 915 10 

$ 43,858 69 

Venetian Blinds at the following named School 
Buildings: 

Hyde Park High $ 250 00 

Jefferson High 95 45 

Northwest Division High 70 00 

Buckley 139 14 

Calhoun 207 75 

Calumet Aventie 200 ( 

Dore 413 00 

Emerson 276 42 

Huron Street 201 86 

Jefferson 185 75 

Kosciusko 164 58 

Lincoln 363 72 

MarkSheridan 84100 

3IcCllellan 285 00 



1 



Amounts carried forward 8 3, 193 67 $ 44,951 44 $3,895,195 90 



Committee on Finance. 



75 



Amounts brought forward $ 8,193 67 

Motley 842 68 

Oak Street 65 80 

Ogden 153 65 

Pickard 285 17 

Sherwood 19 60 

Skinner 227 94 

South Englewood 95 55 

VedderStreet 81 65 

Von Humboldt 450 00 

Ward 210 85 

Webster 90 00 

Wells 885 00 

Construction <tf Outhouses in yards of the following 
named School Buildings: 

Agassiz $ 26945 

Belle Plalne and Leavltt Street 848 83 

D. S. Wentworth 4,728 00 

Duncan ATenue 967 16 

Ellis Avenue and Seventy-second Street 303 85 

Englewood and Mowry Avenue 141 58 

Elsdon 23 10 

Fifty-fifth Street and Blanchard Avenue Ill 86 

Fifty-second Street 29 40 

Garfield Lake 208 40 

Hermann Raster 213 80 

Hermosa 422 59 

J. L. Marsh 750 32 

Madison Avenue 746 32 

McAuley Avenue 956 84 

Nutt Avenue and 80th Street 716 52 

Park Manor 769 64 

Yale 89 00 

Construction of Boiler Houses at the following named 
School Buildings'. 

Arnold $ 4,200 00 

Burr 122 00 

Irving 4,935 00 

Langland 4,971 00 

Longfellow 3,87 1 00 

fitting up Principals' Offices in the following 
named School Buildings : 

Sherman $ 273 90 

Work Shop 130 60 

Fitting up Lavatories in the following named School 
Buildings : 

Grayland $ 189 17 

Hawthorne 196 96 

Irving Park 520 50 

Amounts carried forward 



$ 44,951 44 $3,895,190 W 



$ 5,441 00 



11,786 15 



18,099 00 



404 50 



906 63 



$ 81,588 78 $3,895,195 90 




76 



Reports of Stcmding Committees. 



Amounts brought forward $ 81,588 78 $8,895,186 90 

Caulking Windows at the following named School 
Buildings : 

Cooper $ 9900 

Emerson 6 00 

Grant 166 45 

Hammond 93 00 

King 83 00 

447 45 

Additional Windows in the following named School 

Buildings : 

Aloott $ 145 41 

Graham 63 08 

208 49 

Fitting up Laboratories in the following named 

High School Buildings : 

Hyde Park $ 616 59 

Lake View 68 70 

North Division 132 95 

South Chicago 294 76 

South Division 1,011 18 

2,124 18 

Ftiting Up Additional Booms in the Following 
Named School Buildings: 

Englewood High $ 242 02 

HydeParkHigh 262 10 

Agassiz 441 60 

Bancroft 56 50 

Blaine 1,268 49 

Burnside 49 20 

Carpenter 21 65 

Cooper ». 595 48 

Crawford 8,371 87 

Fifty-fourth Street 144 72 

Graham 54 17 

Hamilton 18 63 

Hammond 2,237 40 

Hancock 1,148 17, 

Harvard 1,666 97 

Hawthorne 20 30 

Headley 194 15 

Irving Park 246 65 

J.L.Marsh 119 52 

Jefferson Park 27 00 

Jeffrey Avenue 1,668 81 

John Ericsson 255 55 

Kelvyn Grove 123 11 

Knickerbocker 2,147 98 

La Fayette 40 40 

La Salle 57 35 

Lowell 90 97 

Madison Avenue 8,347 79 

M. W. Fuller 730 88 

Amounts carried forward $ 25,648 83 $ 84,368 90 $3,895,195 90 



Committee on Finance. 



77 



Amounts brought forward $ 25,648 88 $ 84,368 90 $3,895,195 90 

Ninety-second Street 346 87 

OakRidge 820 97 

Pacific 1,200 70 

Park Manor ". 134 70 

Parkside 1,624 82 

Pullman (Lake) 1,668 54 

Ryerson 85 70 

Sherman 33 50 

Sherwood 988 83 

Tilton 1,282 61 

Woodlawn 4,475 26 

Woodlawn Branch 16 87 

Yale 2,685 70 



Cement Floors in the following named School Build- 
ings'. 

Lake High 

Alcott 

Brighton 

Crawford 

Colman 

Fifty-fourth Street 

Graham 

Hamilton 

Hancock 

Madison Avenue 

Moseley 

Rogers 

Tilton 

Cement Sidewalks at the following School Buildings: 

Hyde Park High 

Lake View High 

Alcott 

Colman 

Doolittle 

Emerson 

Fifty-fourth Street 

Forestville 

Greenwood 

Haven.'. 

Jeffrey Avenue 

Louis Nettelhorsfr. 

OakRidge 

Ravens wood. ... 

Springer 

Warren Avenue 

Yale 

Amounts carried forward. 



$ 70000 


150 00 


70 00 


822 76 


688 00 


278 80 


75 00 


196 80 


560 00 


837 85 


299 94 


77 00 


75 00 


$ 255 29 


317 59 


823 61 


161 07 


315 00 


156 19 


191 96 


12 00 


815 52 


195 00 


288 00 


689 09 


262 88 


828 96 


858 76 


99 96 


621 53 



$ 40,407 80 



3,776 15 



4,732 48 



$ 133,284 78 $3,895,195 90 



78 



Reports of Standing Committees. 



Amounts brought forward 

New Fences and Sidewalks on the following named 
School Lots: 

D. 8. Wentworth $ 

Goodrich » 

Woodlawn 



$ 133,281 78 $3,895,195 9a 



Changing Main Entrances at the following School 

Buildings: 

South Division High 

Manual Training 

Fifty-fourth Street 

Gallistel 

Greenwood* 

J. N. Thorp 

Yale 

Oas Service^ Pipe and Fixtures^ in the following 
named School Buildings: 

Englewood High 

Hyde Park High 

Lake High 

North Division High 

North-west Division High. 

South Division High 

Agassiz 

Burr 

Chase 

Farragut 

Franklin 

Froebel 

Garfield 

George Howland 

Healy 

Hoffman Avenue 

Holden 

John McLaren 

Kershaw 

Komensky 

La Salle 

Newberry 

Prescott 

Thos. Hoyne 

Washington 

Snow Guards at the following named School 

Buildings: 

Bancroft 

Carpenter 

Harrison 

Amounts carried forward 



230 04 
164 00 
103 89 



497 93 



$ 41 25 




543 17 




27 75 




403 65 . 




386 72 




978 25 




824 74 






3,205 53 


$ 89 12 


358 20 




24 10 




77 80 




21 84 




23 15 




24 41 




43 10 




25 50 




28 65 




13 27 




24 61 




107 78 




25 45 




16 20 




145 00 




36 52 




21 64 




121 59 




880 




35 15 




16 65 




43 05 




31 45 




194 00 






1,556 03 




$ 397 75 




889 00 




40 00 






826 75 





$ 139,371 02 $3,895, 1& 90 



Committee on Finance. 



79" 



Amounts brought forward 

Storm Houses at the following named Scnool Build- 
ings: 

Alice L. Barnard $ 

Bancroft 

Beale 

Cummings 

Duncan Avenue 

Elston 

Garfield 

George Howland 

Geo. W. Curtis 

Headley 

Hermann Raster 

John Ericsson 

Kershaw 

La Fayette 

Springer 

Van Vlissingen 

Ward 

Washburne 

Coal Sheds at the following named School Buildings: 

Manual Training 

Garfield 

McAuley Avenue 

Mowry Avenue 

Nutt Avenue 

Pacific 

Van Vlissingen 

Driveways at the following named School Buildings: 

Englewood High 

Agassiz 

Andersenville 

Belle Plaine 

Brainard 

Central Park 

Chicago Lawn 

D. S. Wentworth 

Duncan Avenue 

Farren 

Fernwood 

Foster 

George Howland 

Grant 

Greenwood Avenue 

Hayes 

Hendricks 

Hoffman Avenue 

Jackson Park 

J. L. Marsh 

J. N. Thorp 

Amounts carried forward $ 



$ 139,8*1 02 $3,895,195 99 



40 60 

128 58 
63 TO 
22 31 
94 51 

126 92 
51 40 
91 75 
40 00 
14 00 
54 19 
29 00 
20 30 
49 15 
36 00 

122 63 
76 56 

112 30 



$ 65 25 


123 09 


152 35 


143 14 


182 48 


53 71 


280 06 


$ 20063 


14 25 


34 54 


16 10 


73 54 


56 51 


82 16 


217 98 


69 71 


10 80 


27 00 


40 70 


60 26 


77 1» 


44 55 


21 90 


95 02 


16 10 


21 96 


138 95 


70 78 



1,173 89 



1.C00 08 



1,390 51 $ 144,544 09 $3,895,1959* 



80 



Reports of Standing Committees. 



Amounts brought form rd $ 1,890 51 $141,544 99 $8,895,195 93 

Kershaw, 84 99 

Lake View, No. 5 84 75 

Lawndale 28 11 

Oakland 49 00 

Oak Ridge 139 05 

Park Manor 377 17 

Piokard 263 25 

Pullman- 13171 

Blverdale 20 16 

Byerson 125 21 

Talcott 244 69 

Yale 134 25 

3,017 85 

Coal Scales and Incidental Expenses in connection 
therewith at the following named School Buildings: 

Agassiz $ 275 00 

Andersenville 275 00 

Blaine 875 00 

Brainard 275 00 

Brentano 237 00 

Chicago Lawn 275 00 

D. S. Wentworth 275 00 

Fifty-fourth Street 275 00 

Cteorge Howland 235 00 

Hawthorne 275 00 

Hendricks 275 00 

LaFayette 299 80 

Lawndale 275 00 

Lowell 275 00 

Mark Sheridan 275 00 

Park Manor 275 00 

Parkside 275 00 

Pickard 286 35 

Biverdale 275 00 

Byerson 275 00 

Sherman 275 00 

Talcott 275 00 

Tilton 306 80 

VedderStreet 275 00 

Whittier 298 80 

6,888 25 

Flag Poles at the following named School Buildings: 

Jefferson High $ 110 00 

North Division High 135 00 

Amerson: 56 00 

Auburn Park 115 00 

Beaie... 135 00 

Boulevard 56 00 

Bowmanville 56 00 

Brainard 56 00 

Carpenter 135 00 

Amounts carried forward $ 854 00 $151,446 09 $3,895,195 90 






Committee on Finance. 



81 



Amounts brought forward $ 

Clarke 

€rawf ord 

Columbus 

Doran 

Drexel 

Elsdon 

Fernwood 

Fifty-fifth 

Froebel 

•George H Thomas 

Hedges 

Holden 

Horace Mann 

Irving Park. 

Jackson Park 

John Crerar 

John Ericsson „ 

Komensky 

Lawndale 

Lilydale 

Longwood 

Madison Ave 

Moseley 

Oakdale 

OToole 

Raymond 

Rose Hill 

Ryerson 

South Englewood 

Springer 

Tilton 

Wells 

Wolcott Street. 

Digging Wells at the following named School Lots: 

Chicago Lawn $ 

Fern wood 

McAuley Ave 

Mowry Ave 

Oakdale 

Alterations and Improvements at the follovoing 

named School Buildings: 
English High and Manual Training, fitting up 

attic $ 

Hyde Park High, gymnasium 

Jefferson High, house for janitor 

North- West Div. High, gymnasium and museum 

Colman, boxing in return pipes 

Cooper, partition in engine room 

Crawford, increasing water supply 

Crawford, sewerage 

Douglas Assembly Hall 

• 

Amounts carried forward 



854 00 

135 00 

45 00 

115 00 

95 00 

45 00 

45 00 

05 00 

45 00 

135 00 

23 00 

115 00 

900 

115 00 

105 00 

95 00 

115 00 

900 

135 00 

105 00 

45 00 

56 00 

105 00 

135 00 

45 00 

115 00 

105 00 

50 00 

35 00 

56 00 

100 00 

105 00 

115 00 

155 03 



$ 161,446 09 $8,895,195 90 



52 00 
50 00 
44 42 

47 75 
87 00 



591 75 

70 60 

597 91 

1,099 00 

140 61 

67 05 

500 00 

308 65 

1,031 75 



3,663 00 



281 17 



$ 4.407 82 $ 155,340 26 $3,895,195 90 



82 



Reports of Standing Committees. 



Amounts brought forward $ 4,4/7 3* $ 155,840 26 $3,895,195 90 

Hamilton, remodeling 557 78 

Holden, speaking tubes 12 00 

Lake View No. 6, increasing water pipes 75 00 

Louis Nettelhorst Platform Assembly Hall 59 00 

Oakland, fire escape 1,446 00 

Oak Ridge, sewerage 118 10 

Parkman, fitting up Assembly Hall 561 86 

Seward, sewerage 160 00 

Thomas Hoyne, remodeling 1,181 10 

Tilden, plumbing 105 48 

Yale, boxing in return pipes 84 40 

Offices of Board, partitions 152 91 

Supply Department 1,131 03 

Surveying 1,702 00 

11,703 92 

$ 167,044 18 

General Repair*: 

Masonry and brickwork $ 2,614 16 

Lathing and plastering 2,891 50 

Mixed paints, oil, white lead, etc. . . 8,629 14 

Calcimining, 21,556 1 1 

Repairing and painting roofs 9,351 51 

Repairing conductor pipes, cornices and gutters 4,189 56 

Renewal of and relining urinal troughs 619 63 

Plumbing, sewerage and gasfitting 14,480 40 

Cleaning water closet vaults 720 25 

Window glass and putty . 4,156 32 

Blackboards 10,142 75 

Cleaning buildings 462 04 

Repairing locks, new keys and key tags 45 19 

Hardware and nails 12,743 09 

Lumber for sidewalks, fences, etc 27,564 65 

Repairing cement floors 2,085 59 

Sash doors and mouldings 2,290 38 

Carpenters and laborers wages 72,817 80 

Keep -and care of horses 5,242 84 

Repairs to wagons, buggies and harness 1,054 60 

Whitewashing 2,227 50 

Relaying floors of old buildings 6,348 83 

Painting, graining and oiling the interior woodwork of old 

buildings 19,654 10 

Painting exterior wood, brick, stone and metal work, fences, 

storm houses, etc 30,975 40 

Removing ashes and rubbish 8,492 71 

Pitting up branches 8,311 61 

Delivery of lumber, hardware, nails, etc., supply room to 

School buildings 7,013 47 

Horses 885 00 

New buggies, wagons and harness 1,235 00 

Restoring rented buildings 1,104 70 

Repairing Venetian blinds 2,935 84 

Rebuilding Dore School Building 6,064 91 

Repairing scales 211 08 

— — — — — . * 

Amounts carried forward $ 299,117 66 $4,062,240 08 



Committee on Finance. 



83 



Amounts brought forward $ 299,117 66 $4,062,240 06 

Carpets and cleaning carpets, offices 607 27 

Moving and fitting up offices, Schiller Building 554 10 

Insurance 40 00 

Moving old buildings 589 75 

Local exhibits in sundry school buildings 182 90 

801,091 68 

Heating Apparatus— 

Substitution of Steam Heating Apparatus for Fur- 

na es at the following named School Buildings: 

Arnold $ 4,560 00 

Burr . 2,905 11 

Irving 5,457 00 

Langland 4,264 85 

Longfellow 4,179 00 

$ 21,865 96 

Ventilating Apparatus at the following named 

School Buildings: 

Arnold $ 1,890 00 

Burr 2,342 00 

Coleman 479 00 

Irving 1,790 00 

Langland 2,551 00 

Longfellow 2,482 00 

11,484 00 

Electric Service in the following named School 

Buildings: 

Hyde Park High $ 182 50 

Arnold 1,165 00 

Burr * 890 00 

Irving 1,102 50 

Langland 1,075 00 

Longfellow 949 50 

5,364 50 

Additions to Steam Heating Appartus in the follow- 
ing named School Buildings : 

South Division High : $ 15105 

Andersen 522 18 

Brighton 615 00 

Yale 824 69 

1,612 92 

furnaces in the following named School Buildings : 

Crawford $ 1,142 24 

Englewood and Mowry avs 677 95 

McAuley Avenue and Hirsch Street 677 95 

Nutt Avenue and 80th Street 677 95 

8,176 09 

Covering Steam Pipes in the following named School 

Buildings : 

Hyde Park High $ 760 90 

Northwest Division High 10 44 

Andersen 810 00 

Armour Street 150 00 

Arnold 100 00 

Amounts carried forward $ 1,830 34 $ 43,003 47 $4,863,331 76 



84 



Reports of Standing Committees. 



Amounts brought forward $ 1,330 34 $ 43,008 47 $4,863,331 W 

Blaine 830 00 

Brentano 280 00 

Burr. 196 20 

Drummond 260 00 

Ellis Avenue 36 95 

George Howland 240 00 

George W Curtis. 200 00 

Greenwood Avenue 286 73 

Hermann Raster 376 55 

Irving. 10000 

Jackson : 290 65 

Kershaw 230 00 

LaFayette 250 00 

Langland 100 00 

LaSalle 200 00 

Longfellow 167 89 

Louis Nettelhorst 250 00 

Lowell 200 00 

Pacific 101 16 

Ravenswood 200 00 

Scammon 74 80 

Schiller 275 00 

Washburne 250 00 

Whittier 334 50 

Wicker Park 215 00 

Yale 600 00 

7,286 27 

Miscellaneous : 

Ordinary repairs to steam heating apparatus. . . $ 16,744 72 

Ordinary repairs to stoves and furnaces 10,330 56 

Stoves 826 23 

Cut lace gaskets and packing 441 79 

Engine and Cylinder Oil 633 95 

Air Valves 270 82 

Inspecting Boilers 408 00 

Boiler Compound 20 00 

29,676 07 

$ 79,915 81 

Apparatus and Fubniture. 

Renewal of Old Seats and Desks $ 11,090 78 

Principals' Desks. 2,706 56 

Teachers' Tables 8,788 11 

Chairs 3,018 58 

Clocks 1,032 90 

Repairing and Cleaning Clocks 806 40 

Bookcases and Wardrobes 20,880 79 

Chart Easels 367 35 . 

Waste-Paper Baskets 160 00 

Window Shades 1,452 81 

Plated Numbers, Letters and Name Plates 150 53 

Ink Wells and Glasses 1,507 18 

Repairing Old Furniture 12,469 78 

Drawing Tables 246 60 

Amounts carried forward $ 59,128 27 $4,448,247 57 



Committee on Finance^ 85- 



Amounts brought forward $ 

Number Tables 

Typewriters 

Office Furniture 

Key Boards 

Labor, Reseating Class Rooms 

Laboratory Tables, Cases, etc 

Model Oases 



59,128 27 


$4,443,247 57 


210 45 




90 00 




932 15 




118 60 




6,485 55 




6,611 02 




1,061 90 





Rental of Property Occupied for School Purposes— 

School Fund Lots $ 3,886 T8 

Rooms and Buildings 60,904 99 



Fuel— 

Soft Coal $ 104,609 07 

Hard Coal.. 42,792 41 

Pine Slabs 2,526 18 

Weighing Coal 75 00 

Sealing Scales 74 00 

Carrying in Coal 53 14 



School Supplies— 

Chalk Crayons $ 798 f0 

Slate Pencils 2,083 60 

Lead Pencils. 3,815 91 

Pen Holders 600 00 

Pens 1,698 50 

Writing Paper 3,645 00 

Cap Paper 8,345 16 

Note Paper 154 50 

Ink 546 58 

Blank Books and Stationery 448 63 

City Directories 80 00 

Pointers 489 51 

Blackboard Rubbers 1,263 56 

Slate Markers ; 34 20 

Rent of Telephone 250 00 

Wrapping Paper and Twine 382 18 

Postage and Postal Cards 2,699 65 

Telegram Charges 148 01 

Express Charges and Car Fare 71 91 

Ribbons for Medals and Diplomas 36 66 

Spelling Tablets 3,051 95 

Arithmetic Tablets 8,994 91 

Insurance 63 85 



School House Supplies— 

Floor Brushes $ 8,059 50 

Corn Brooms 878 00 

Dust Brushes 447 38 

Wool Dusters 295 35 

Scrub Brushes 201 75 

Dust Pans. 72 18 

Water Pails 157 53 



74,637 94 



64,771 75- 



150,129 80 



29,541 7? 



w 



Amounts carried forward $ 4,61164 $4,762,8288* 



86 Report* of Standing Committees. 

Amounts brought forward $ 4,611 64 $4,702,32888 

House Savogran and Soap 881 43 

Sponges 332 96 

Mop Handles and Mops 317 00 

Coal Hods 128 70 

Ash Shovels 2 79 

Common Shovels 9453 

Coal Scoops 68 40 

Wheelbarrows 201 20 

Rubber Hose 403 85 

Ash Hoes 63 00 

Machine and Kerosene Oil 183 95 

Nubian Iron Enamel £65 64 

Oil Cans 179 72 

Zinc Oilers 5 04 

Lanterns, Wick and Globes 90 54 

Hand Rakes 19 80 

Axes and Ax Handles 54 50 

Buck Saws 39 80 

Hammers 28 50 

Wrenches 183 78 

Screw Drivers 21 70 

Putty Knives. 4 50 

Thermometers 121 20 

Ink Vents 60 00 

Tin Cups and Chains 287 41 

Picks and Handles 26 25 

Window Poles 108 65 

Letter Boxes 98 66 

Call Bells and Gongs 247 38 

Stove and Metal Polish 49 11 

Door Mats 625 00 

Key Rings 11 45 

Gas and Connecting Meters 857 47 

Rat and Mouse Traps 14 40 

Disinfectant 103 00 

Ice and Mineral Water for Offices 181 85 

Saltand Lime 87 50 

Delivering Supplies 2,382 18 

Electric Lamps, etc 42 15 

Pad Locks 103 11 

Grass Hooks and Scythe Stones 50 38 

Grass Seed 125 34 

Police Badges 88 00 

Matches and Sundries 4 80 

Lawn Mowers 71 82 

Flags ■. 554 74 

Step Ladders 112 30 

Mortar Hoes 11 70 

Post Augers 54 40 

Corks 16 65 

Oil Can Boxes 812 50 

Truck for Supply Room 15 00 



$ 15,456 87 
Amount carried forward $4,777,785 70 



I 



Committee on Finance. 87 

Amount brought forward $4,777,785 70 

Printing and Advertising; 

Publication of Annual Report $ 38660 

Publishing Proceedings of Board 1,842 06 

Miscellaneous 6,692 89 

Advertising 993 81 

Engrossing Resolutions and Testimonials 346 00 

10,261 86 

Evening Schools — 

Teachers Salaries ' $ 112,398 00 

Engineers and Janitors Salaries 11,618 45 

Gas and Kerosene Oil 6,563 20 

Fuel 4,448 83 

Printing 402 62 

Posting Notices (Opening Evening Schools.) 75 00 

Lamps and Fixtures 215 34 

College Typewriter 10 00 

135,730 94 

School Libraries, etc — 

Addition to School Libraries $ 2,365 00 

Supplementary Readers 11,388 45 

Text Books for Indigent Pupils 16,108 55 

Rebinding Library and Reference Books 759 55 

Maps, Charts, Globes and Reference Books 2,813 17 

Pianos and Organs , 6,203 00 

Repairing, tuning and moving Pianos and Organs 261, 15 

World'sFair Exhibit 1,826 94 

Lunch at Examination of Teachers Certificates 80 00 

41,805 81 

Annexation— 

Matured Bonds $ 33,400 00 

Interest Coupons 43,431 00 

School Orders 32 39 

76,863 39 

District 4, Township 41, Range 14— 

Teachers Salaries and Miscellaneous 4,292 02 

District 5, Township 40, Range 13— 

Teachers Salaries and Miscellaneous 2,169 86 

District 10, Township 40, Range 13— 

Teachers Salaries and Miscellaneous 1,402 61 

English High and Manual Training Schools— 

Salaries of Teachers $ 21,948 00 

Salaries of Engineer and Janitor 1,473 00 

Rent of Lot 866 76 

Fuel 890 76 

Gas 165 00 

Lumber 448 67 

Hardware, Nails, Glue, etc 329 39 

Drawing Paper, Ink, etc 93 66 

Tools and Machinery, Carpentry Department 127 04 

Tools and Machinery, Foundry Department 802 45 

Foundry Supplies 1,201 56 

Reference Books, Maps, Charts, etc 62 00 

Laboratory Supplies 756 38 

Amounts carried forward $ 29,164 67 $5,050,81169 



88 Reports of Standing Committees. 

Amounts brought forward. $ 80,164 67 $5,050,31169 

Chemical and Philosophical Apparatus 547 00 

Printing 16 50 

Diplomas 185 00 

Typewriters. .. 806 50 

Laboratory Tables £86 70 

Addition to Steam Heating Apparatus.... 410 75 

Ordinary Repairs to Steam Heating Apparatus 498 Oft 

Miscellaneous Repairs to Building 1,054 51 

Paper Boxes , 21 60 

Scale 54 00 

88,468 38 

Compulsory Education— 

Salaries of Superintendent and Clerk $ 2,198 50 

Salaries of Attendance Agents 9,850 58 

Printing and Stationery 171 70 

18,814 78 

Music- 
Salaries of Teaehers $ 20,047 00 

School Songs 5,189 08 

Music Charts 46 00 

Printing 80 00 

Stenographer and Typewriter 860 00 

85,602 08 

Drawing — 

Salaries of Teachers $ 15,147 75 

Models » 1,850 86 

Drawing Paper 8,895 59 

Printing '. 12 50 

Lead Pencils 88 58 

Colored Pencils 298 00 

Colored Paper 1 ,368 40 

Colored Tablets 880 00 

Charcoal 370 00 

Charcoal Paper 355 00 

Charts 37 50 

Scissors 487 50 

Baskets 67 75 

Glue 85 13 

Drawing Books 389 88 

Compasses 85 50 

Mounting board 519 40 

Fixative 391 50 

Picture hooks and tacks 103 80 

World's Fair exhibit 87 75 

Stenographer and typewriter 360 00 

84,911 13 

Physical Culture— 

Salaries of Teachers $ 9,989 75 

Wand racks 81 85 

Printing. 141 54 

10,213 14 

Amount carried forward $5,155,781 14 






Committee on Finance. $9 

Amount brought forward . . . . . $5,156,721 14 

German— 

Salaries of Teachers $ 101,780 04 

Textbooks... 54 00 

Printing 116 30 

101^49 34 

Tuition— 

Cook County Board of Education. 8,770 00 

Legal Expenses— 

Abstracts of title $ 255 60 

Court Cost 122 79 

Recording... 16 75 

Opening Pacific Avenue B97 00 

1.292 04 

School Census, 1894— 

Salary of Superintendent $ 1,050 00 

Salaries of Clerks 4,52* 00 

Salaries of Inspectors 1,886 00 

Salaries of Canvassers 15,961 50 

Printing and Stationery 601 52 

24,021 OS 

Sewing — 

Scissors 293 25 

Teachers Training School— 

Salaries of Teachers $ 8^17 50 

Books 466 82 



Manual Training in Grammar Schools — 

Salaries of Teachers $ 3,89175 

Tools and miscellaneous supplies 1,339 66 

Gas ., '. 46 20 

Kindergartens— 

Salaries of Teachers : , $ 12,444 50 

Supplies 1,172 21 

Rent for pianos 227 00 

Fitting up room, Tilden School 26 35 

Deaf Mute Schools — 

Salaries of Teachers $ 10,023 13 

Supply Readers, Charts *. 86 44 

Rent 210 00 

Miscellaneous Repairs 86 84 

Manual Training on Bridewell Grounds— 

Salaries of Teachers $63000 

Supplementary Readers, etc 153 63 



8,684 32 



5#7 61 



13,870 P* 



10,406 41 



783 63 



Mental and Manual Training of the Blind— 

School Site, West 19th Street. 6,027 46 

High Schools— 

Salaries of Teachers $ 280,162 00 

Salaries of Engineers and Janitors. 16,726 38 



Amounts carried forward $296,308 88 $5,832,09628 



SO Reports of Standing Committees. 

Amounts brought Torirard. (198,008 88 15,332,096 56 

Fuel. 9,422 12 

Oas mis 

Reference Rooks. Map*, Than*, eto.. 870 M 

Ordinary Repatm ("Steam Heating Apparatus. -- . 1,166 06 

Miscellaneous Knpaln 9,847 74 

Seats and Desks. Window Shades, rU, 480 SS 

laboratory Supplies 8,019 53 

Philosophical Apparatus. ,. 3,895 90 

Supplies Drawing Department... 857 7* 

Diplomas 933 Ml 

Blank Books and Printing 488 96 

Aquariums 87 78 

Mlcroacopw 1311 68 

Tuning, Repairing and Kent fur Pianos — 86 SO 

Ink 3 9* 

World's Pair Exhibit .... 13*70 

TeitBooka 180 00 

Gymnastm 1 .■-. I:. ■. Park High 2,436 00 

m,ioi n 

GOHTIKSIMT FlIKD— 

Vaccinating $ 1,955 00 

Appraiser':- Fin •». Pmmin Slr™t Pninprty. 86 00 

Funeral Expenses,. 228 00 

KPEOIll, ASSESSMENTS— 

Curbing, Grading and Macadamizing Fifty-fourth street, 

ForestTille School Lot i 112 17 

Curbing, Grading and Macadamizing Forty-first Street, 

Springer School Lot 14108 

Curbing. Grading and Macadamizing Sixty-fourth Street, 

Woodlawn School Lot 44 38 

Curbing, Grading and Macadamizing Wolcott Street, Wol- 

-Cutblng, Grading and Macadamizing Sangamon Street, 

Meale School Lot 699 78 

Curbing, Grading and Faring Alloy, Central Park School Lot. 873 97 

Curbing, Grading and Paving Prairie Avenue, Oak Ridge 

SohoolLot S*l 68 

Curbing, Grading and Paving Paulina Street, Sulzer Street 

School Lot 118 78 

~ blng. Grading and Paving Hiraeh Street, Von Humboldt 

moot Lot. 108 14 

blng, Grading and Paving Alley, Oak Street School Lot,. 213 67 
blng, Grading and Paving Thirty -sixth Street, Brighton 

irk School Lot 181 03 

blng, Grading and Paving Thirty-sixth Street, Burroughs 

:hinjl Lot. 8 22 

blng, Grading and Paving Hoffman Avenue, Hoffman 

venue School Lot 281 09 

blng, Grading and Paving Wabash Avenue, Mouth Dlrl- 

on High School Lot 494 24 

blng. Grading and Paving HIrsch Street, Talman Avenue 

iboolLot 8 54 

s carried forward f 2,965 09 |5.965,ll7M 



Committee on finance. 91 

Amounts brought forward $ 2,965 08 $5,665,147 03 

Curbing, Grading and Paving Alley, Graham School Lot 418 99 

Curbing, Grading and Paving Wabash Avenue, Springer 

School Lot 890 55 

Curbing, Grading and Paving Wabash Avenue, Farren 

School Lot 1,836 19 

Curbing, Grading and Paving Courtland Street, Langland 

School Lot ». . 508 68 

Curbing, Grading and Paving Alley, Sheldon School Lot 295 80 

Curbing, Grading and Paving Alley, Oakland School Lot 226 08 

Curbing, Grading and Paving Alley, La Salle School Lot 253 59 

Curbing, Grading and Paving Alley, Garfield School Lot 052 66 

Curbing, Grading and Paving Alley, King School Lot 246 04 

Curbing, Grading and Paving Alley, Mulligan School Lot. ... 463 70 
Curbing, Grading and Paving W. Monroe Street, Scammon 

School Lot. .... 348 98 

Curbing, Grading and Paving Hirsch Street, Northwest 

Division High School Lot 88 

Curbing, Grading and Paving Alley, Dore School Lot 836 72 

Curbing, Grading and Paving Alley, J. R. Doolittle School 

Lot 320 45 

Curbing, Grading and Paving Cornelia Street, Lake View, 

No. 7 School Lot 184 50 

Curbing, Grading and Paving W. Congress Street, West 

Division High School Lot 226 73 

Curbing, Grading and Paving W. Congress Street, Marquette 

School Lot 142 40 

Curbing, Grading and Paving Graceland Avenue, Lake View, 

No. 1 School Lot 295 45 

Curbing, Grading and Paving Clifton Avenue, Lake View, 

No. 6 School Lot 612 71 

Curbing, Grading and Paving System of Streets, Burroughs' ' 

School Lot 161 22 

Grading and Paving Ashland Avenue, Wells School Lot 484 93 

Grading and Paving Wabash Avenue, Haven School Lot 556 58 

Grading and Paving Ashland Avenue, Wells School Lot 42 97 

Grading and Paving Pearson Street, Pearson St. School Lot. 611 63 

Macadamizing Fifty-fourth St., Fifty-fourth St. School Lot. . 388 08 

Macadamizing St. Lawrence Ave., Wolcott St. School Lot. . . 28 46 

Paving System of Streets, Healy School Lot 96 

Paving W. Harrison Street, Dore School Lot 358 72 

Paving Lay ton Avenue, Graham School Lot 100 00 

Paving Alley, Scammon School Lot 160 19 

Paving and Curbing Princeton Avenue, Hancock School Lot. 103 16 
Curbing, Filling and Paving Oakley Avenue, Pickard School 

Lot 178 60 

Curbing, Filling and Paving Lincoln Street, Whittier School 

Lot 156 65 

Curbing, Filling and Paving Princeton Avenue, Hendricks 

School Lot 6 54 

Curbing Filling and Paving West Harrison Street, Jno. 

Ericsson School Lot 305 87 

Curbing, Filling and Paving Lawndale Avenue, Ryerson 

SchoolLot 961 44 

Amounts carried forward $ 15,22113 $5,665,14708 



92 Reports of Stcmdmg Committees. 

Amounts brought forward $ 15,221 13 $5,665,147 05 

Curbing, Filling and Paving Southport Avenue, Blaine Scho jl 

Lot.. 6 54 

Curbing, Billing and Paving Thirty-sixth Street, McAllister 

School Lot 1,851 44 

Curbing, Filling and Paving Armitage Avenue, Hermosa 

School Lot 86 34 

Curbing, Filling and Paving Forty-second Street, Fallon 

SchoolLot 461 23 

Curbing, Filling and Paving Alley, Kosciusko School Lot — 261 92 
Curbing, Filling and Paving Armitage Avenue, Pacific School 

Lot 119 60 

Curbing, Filling and Paving Layton Street, Graham School 

Lot .'.. 226 17 

Curbing, Filling and Paving Coblentz Street, Leavitt Street 

School Lot. 337 45 

Curbing, Filling and Paving Lubeck Street, Leavitt Street 

School Lqt 102 94 

Curbing, Filling and Paving.School Street, Lake View, No. 1 

School Lot 1,114 57 

Curbing, Filling and Macadamizing Fifty-fourth Street Court, 

Holmes School Lot 57 76 

Lamp Posts on Union Avenue, Kershaw School Lot 77 90 

Lamp Posts on Oakley Avenue, Pickard School Lot ' 16 74 

Lamp Posts on Wabash Avenue, Carter School Lot * 33 76 

Lamp Posts on Morgan Street, Morgan Street School Lot. ... 42 81 

Lamp Posts on Taiman Avenue, Talman Avenue School Lot.. 16 05 

Lamp Posts on Ballou Sfreet, Waubansia School Lot 17 79 

Lamp Posts on Cornelia Street, Wells School Lot. 18 12 

Lamp Posts on Rhine Street, Logan School Lot 9 88 

Lamp Posts on Twenty-seventh Street, Ward School Lot. ... 6 47 

Lamp Posts on Dearborn Street, Colman School Lot 41 62 

Lamp Posts on Armitage Avenue, Hermosa School Lot 13 92 

Lamp Posts on Bremen Street, Logan School Lot 9 16 

Lamp Posts on Union Street, Lake High School Lot 25 70 

Lamp Posts on Armitage Avenue, Pacific School Lot 19 02 

Lamp Posts on Cornelia Street, Lake View No. 7 School Lot. 82 46 
Lamp Posts on West Congress Street, West Division High 

School Lot 18 12 

Lamp Posts on Rockwell Street, Von Humboldt School Lot. 38 15 

Lamp Posts on Humboldt Street, Humboldt School Lot 51 90 

Lamp Posts on Central Park Avenue, Pacific School Lot 12 04 

Lamp Posts on Kemper Place, Lincoln School Lot 87 38 

Boulevard on Jackson St., Calhoun School Lot 1,783 73 

Boulevard on Jackson St., Skinner School Lot 1,069 59 

Stone Sidewalk on Walnut Street, Central Park School Lot. . 513 74 

Stone Sidewalk on Fulton Street, Hayes School Lot.. 867 40 

Stone Sidewalk on Seventy-first Street, Jeffrey Avenue * 

School Lot 187 10 

Cement Sidewalk on 45th Street, Forestville School Lot 160 14 

Cement Sidewalk on Monroe Avenue, Hyde Park School Lot 818 00 
Cement Sidewalk on Grace Avenue, Woodlawn Branch High 

School Lot 125 16 

Cement Sidewalk on 41st Street, Springer School Lot 8 28 

Amounts carried forward $ 24,414 22 $5,665,147 03 



Committee on Finance. 93 

Amounts brought forward % 24,414 28 $6,665,147 08 

-Cement Sidewalk on Prairie Avenue, Oak Ridge School Lot. 860 72 

Cement Sidewalk on 45th St., M. W. Puller School Lot 5 28 

Cement Sidewalk on St. Lawrence Av.., M. W. Fuller School 

Lot 9 58 

•Cement Sidewalk on Warren Ave,, Warren Ave. School Lot. 2 61 

Plank Sidewalk on 80th St., Nutt Avenue School Lot 59 02 

Plank Sidewalk on 97th St., Avenue K. School Lot 5 18 

Plank Sidewalk on Courtland St. , Humboldt School Lot 43 38 

Plank Sidewalk on Duncan Ave., Duncan Ave. School Lot. . 17 82 

Opening 32d Street, Douglas School Lot 80 18 

Opening 56th St., Jackson Park School Lot 75 18 

Opening Emerald Ave., Emerald Ave. School Lot 181 06 

Opening West 43d Street, Sumner School Lot. 10 48 

Opening and Curbing Driveway along Lake Shore, Nettel- 

horst School Lot 210 90 

Opening and Curbing Harvard St., Harvard School Lot 16 18 

Maintaining and Operating Pumping Works, Woodlawn 

School Lot 17 27 

Woodlawn Drainage System, Woodlawn Branch School Lot. 16 08 

Sprinkling 8treets, Sulzer Street School Lot. 27 55 

Sprinkling Streets, Jackson Park School Lot 6 58 

Sprinkling'Streets, Wolcott Street School Lot 15 72 

Water Service Pipes in Lincoln Avenue, Woodlawn School 

Lot , 42 54 

Water Service Pipes in W. 34th St.. Everett School Lot 22 18 

Water Service Pipes in Yorktown St., Everett School Lot. . . 83 72 

Water Service Pipes in 48th St., Hedges School Lot 110 90 

Water Service Pipes in 33d Ct., 33d Ct. School Lot 89 90 

Water Service Pipes in 99th St., Longwood School Lot 15 91 

Water Service Pipes in Sundry Streets, Jeffery Ave. School 

Lot 21 1 47 

Drains in Diversey Street, Maplewood School Lot 12 98 

Drains in West Lake Street, Tilton School Lot 191 44 

Drains in Hirsch Street, Von Humboldt School Lot 16 18 

Drains in Myrtle Street, Hoffman Avenue School Lot 38 46 

Drains in Point Street, Chase School Lot 156 48 

Drains in Cornelia Street, Chase Sohool Lot 101 88 

Sewer in Crawford Avenue, Tilton School Lot 10 51 

Sewer in Wentworth Avenue, Van Vlissengen School Lot 87 73 

Sewer in California Avenue, Maplewood School Lot 160 72 

Sewer in Diversey Avenue, Sheridan Avenue School Lot 21 78 

Sewer in St. Lawrence Avenue, 66th Street and St. Lawrence 

Avenue School Lot 56 43 

Sewer in May Street, Sixty-sixth and May Sts. School Lot. . . 135 40 

Sewer in Grace Avenue, Woodlawn Branch School Lot 191 36 

Sewer in Crawford Avenue, Crawford School Lot 18 08 

Sewer in Robey Street, Hedges School Lot 81 46 

Sewer in Robey Street, Hermann Raster School Lot 19 44 

Sewer in Jeffery Avenue, Jeffery Avenue School Lot 505 08 

Sewer in Ballou Street, Waubansia School Lot 179 91 

Sewer in Myrtle Avenue, Hoffman Avenue School Lot 70 88 

Sewer in Armitage Avenue, Hermosa School Lot 87 44 

Sewer in Armitage Avenue, Pacific School Lot 52 08 

Amounts carried forward $ 28,094 24 $5,665,147 03 



Reports of Standing Gommittees. 



a brought forward t 88.0M 84 $6,665,11708 

Sewer in Fifty-third Street. Loomls Street Schnol Lot 113 80 

Sewer In Elghty-flrat Street, Auburn Park Sohoul Lot 26 15 

Sewer In Myrtle Avenue, Hoffman Avenue School Lot 881 IB 

Sewer In Prairie Avenue.Oak Ridge Sfihoo! lt-t 251 tB 

Sewer In Vernon Avenue, Brighton School Lot 10 89 

Sewer In Yorktown Street, Everett School Lot 87804 

Sewer In Crawford Avenue, W. Forty-Brat 1'laoe School Lot. 80 81 

Sewer in St. Lawrence A v., St. Lawrence A vmni' School I At 226 00 

System of Sewers, South Englewood School Li>l 88 78 

System of Sewers, TUton School Lot ITS 10 

System of Sewers, Whlttier School Lot 388 88 

System o( Sewers, Brighton Park School Lot.- ... 48 40 






ougbs School Lot, - - 



if Sewers, Park Manor School Lot 

System of Sewers, Sheridan Avenue School Lot 

System of Sewers, Elslon Road School Lot. 

System of Sewers, West Forty-third Street School Lot 

State, County and City Taxes, Phil Sheridan School Lot .... 

County and City Taxes, Everett 8chi*il Lot.. 

County and City Taxes, Beale Schc-il Lot.. 

County and City Taxes, Ellen Mitchell School Lot. - 

County and City Taxes. Kensington School Ixit 

County and City Taxes, Hedges School Lot 

State, County and City Taxes, Emerald Avenue School Lot. . 

State, County and City Taxes, Hyde Park High School Lot.. 

State. County and City Taxes, Sherman School Lot 

County and City Taxes, Englewood High School Lot 
County and City Taxes. Knickerbocker Schoul T-oL . . 

County and City Taxes, Colman School Lot 

County and City Taxes, Graham School Lot. 

County and City Taxes, Cornell School Lot 

County and City Taxes, Woodlawn School Lot 

County and City Taxes. Shurtleff School Lot 

County and City Taxes, Hoerner School Lot . 

County and City Taxes. Oak Street School Lot 

County and City Taxes, Bralnerd School Lot 

County and City Taxes, Anderson School Lot. 

County and City Taxes, Lowell School Lot 

County and City Taxes, May and Sixty-sixth Streets 

boolLot 

e, County and City Taxes, Hyde Park High School Lot.. 
e, County and City Taxes, MeAuley Avenue School Lot. 
c, County and City Taxes, M.J. TJerney Property 



810 :>3 
Hi 99 
29 45 



Total Expenditures on A 



it of School Tax Fund... 



Committee on Finance. 95 

SCHOOL FUND. 

Your Committee has audited the receipts and expenditures 
on account of the School Fund for the year ending June 30^ 
1894, which are as follows: 

INVESTMENT ACCOUNT. 

• RECEIPTS. 

Cash on hand for investment June 30, 1898 $ 121 74 

One per cent. Interest on $16,000, City of Chicago 
7 per cent. Bonds, in liquidation of premium paid 

thereon $ 160 00 

Less error in former credit 20 00 

140 00 

Twenty City of Chicago Bonds, Nos. 121 to 132 in- 
clusive 563, 564, 696, 698, 699, 700, 763 and 764, face 

value $1000 each, paid 20,000 00 

Gerhard Eberlein's mortgage note paid 5,000 00 

Mary F. Owen's mortgage note paid 800 00 

Of Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul R. R. Company 
for a strip of land on the southern end of the 
W. H of the N. W. y± of Sec. 33, T. 40 N., R. 13, 

occupied by the tracks of the said company. 1,080 00 

For damages to remaining part of said land 
by the construction of a viaduct by said railroad 
company over their tracks on Central Avenue. . . 1,000 00 

$ 28,141 74 

EXPENDITURES. 

8 City of Chicago 4 per cent Bonds, Nos. 493 to 500 

inclusive, face value $1,000 each, at par $ 8,000 00 

2 City of Chicago 4 per cent Bonds, Nos. 2636 K and 

2705 K, face value $50 each, at 98^ 96 50 

1 City of Chicago 4 per cent Bond, No. 4358, face 

value $1,000, at 98*4 985 00 

2 City of Chicago 4 per cent Bonds, Nos. 4585 and 

4830, face value $500 each, at 98& 985 00 

Charles C. HousePs mortgage note, due December 
18, 1898, interest 6 per cent, payable semi-annually 5,000 00 

James J McCauley and Clifford A. Lake's 2 mort- 
gage notes, for $3,750 each, due March 1, 1897, 
interest 6 per cent, payable semi-annually 7,500 00 

Ann B. Crawford's mortgage note, due May 14, 
1899, interest 6 per cent, payable semi-annually. . . 4,500 00 

$ 27,068 50 

Cash on hand for investment, June 30, 1894 1,073 24 

$ 28,1417* 

INCOME ACCOUNT. 

RECEIPTS. 

Cash on hand June 30, 1893 $ 9,752 85 

Amount carried forward $ 9,752 85 



36 



Report* of Standing Committees. 



Amount brought forward $ 9,752 85 

Rentals— 

Of School Fund Property 958,000 63 

State School Tax— 

For 1882 $280,880 40 

On Account for 1893 210,000 00 

490,839 40 

Interest on Investments- 
City of Chicago Bonds $ 11,567 60 

Village of Hyde Park School Bonds 720 00 

Promissory Notes 16 00 

Mortgage Loans 16,846 25 

29,149 75 

Tuition Fees of Non-Resident Pupils 2,656 25 

Corrections in Teachers' Pay Roll. 1,405 76 

Of Christopher G. Do-wling, ex-Treasurer, 
Township 37 North, Range 15 East, Balance 

of Distributive Fund 332 67 

Collection of Special Assessment No. 17436 
Stayed, and Warrant for same deposited 
back to credit of Fund 4,485 48 

School Tax Fund— 

Amount Transferred to Pay Teachers 2,257,400 00 

EXPENDITURES. 

Salaries, Superintendents and Teachers $3,034,255 07 

Miscellaneous— 

Dower of Margaret O'Donoghue in Barker Lot. $ 75 00 

Rent of Box in National Safety Deposit Vault. . 30 00 

Accrued Interest on Bonds Purchased 27 38 

Accrued Interest on Mortgage Notes Purchased 46 67 

Appraiser's Fees 30 00 

Recording Lease 8 60 

Tax Sale Certificates of E. H of S. E. Y\ Sec. 34, 
T. 38, N. R. 14, for Specials Nos. 15,179 and 

15,883 6,936 76 

7,149 41 

Special Assessments— 

No.14,945 $ 805 49 

. No. 14,982 8 28 

' No. 17,436 4,435 48 

No. 16,487. .* 98696 

No. 17.436 4,435 20 

No. 18,558 272 08 

10,943 49 

Expense of Foreclosure Proceedings in the Case of M. 

J. Tearneyetal— 

Tax Sale Certificates $ 813 51 

Fees of Master in Chancery 183 02 

Abstracts of Title 20 00 

Court Costs 29 70 

1,046 23 

Cash on Hand in City Treasury June 30, 1894. ... 298 08 

Cash in Hands of School Agent June 30, 1894 300 00 



$3,053,992 28 



$3,053,992 26 



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Committee on Fincvnce. 97 

INVESTMENT OF PRINCIPAL. 

Your Committee also reports that, in accordance with their 
duties as prescribed in Section 1 1 of the Rules and Regulations 
of the Board, they have examined the securities in the hands 
of the School Agent, representing the investment of the School 
Fund, and found them to agree with the record of the Fund 
kept in the office of the Board. 

Amount of School Fund Principal June 30, 1894. ... $ 961,794 03 

INVESTED AS FOLLOWS. 

Bonds— 

41 City of Chicago 7 per cent. Bonds $ 41,000 00 

34 City of Chicago 4}4 per cent. Bonds 11,950 00 

335 City of Chicago 4 per cent. Bonds 175,500 00 

15 City of Chicago 3.65 per cent. Bonds 1,500 00 

24 City of Chicago 3^ per cent. Bonds 23,000 00 

10 Hyde Park A% per cent. School Bonds 16,000 00 

Total Bonds % 268,950 00 

Mortgage Notes— 

M. J. Tearney, due Dec. 19, 1891, interest 6 per 

cent $ 7,500 00 

James A Campbell, due Oct, 18, 1894, interest 7 

per cent 1,500 00 

James McCauley and Clifford A. Lake, due 

March 1, 1897. interest 6 per cent 3,750 00 

James A. McCauley and Clifford A. Lake, due 

March 1, 1897, Interest 6 per cent 3,750 00 

Charles C' Housel, due Dec. 18, 1898, interest 6 

percent 5,000 00 

Ann B. Crawford, due May 14, 1899, interest 6 

per cent., 4,500 00 

John P. Neal and the Great Western R. R. Co., 

due May 1, 1938, interest 5 per cent 650,000 00 

676,000 00 

Real Estate— 

The "J. N. Barker Lot," being the S. 10 feet of 

Sub Lot 8, and the N. 10 feet of Sub Lot 4 of 

Lots 7 and 10 in Block 2, Fractional Sec. 15, 

taken in foreclosure of mortgage 3,000 00 

The " Busby Lot," being the N M of Lot 14, 

Block 60 of Russell, Mather and Roberts' Add. 

to Chicago, taken in foreclosure of mortgage. $ 850 00 

3,850 00 

Premiums on Bonds Purchased 11,720 84 

Promissory Notes 200 00 

Cash on Hand for Investment June 30, 1894 1 ,073 24 

$ 961,794 08 



9$ Reports of Standing Committees. 

SPECIAL FUNDS. 

Your Committee has also audited the receipts and expen- 
ditures on account of the various Special Funds, held in trust 
by the School Agent, for the year ending June 30, 1894, as 
follows : 

RECEIPTS. 

Cash on hand June 30, 1893 $ 1,306 58 

Interest on Principal Invested on account of— 

Carpenter Fund $ 40 00 

Foster Medal Fund 70 00 

Jones Fund 70 00 

Michael Reese Fund 80 00 

Moseley Book Fund 435 00 

Newberry Fund 40 00 

W. K. Sullivan Fund 12 00 

Holden Fund 4 00 

Calhoun Fund 22 00 

Sheldon Fund 100 00 

George Howland Fund 1,027 61 

1,900 61 

$ 3,207 16 

EXPENDITURES. 

George Howland Fund % 1,000 00 

Carpenter Fund 140 41 

Foster Medal Fund 72 40 

Jones Fund 102 36 

Michael Reese Fund 42 00 

Moseley Book Fund 335 41 

Newberry Fund .' 18 68 

Calhoun Fund 40 25 

Hesing German Fund 13 25 

Sheldon Fund 51 51 

W. K. Sullivan Fund 36 00 

__^^_ ft j gjjg 27 

Cash in hands of School Agent June 30, 1894. . . 1^354 92 

$ 3,207 19 

INVESTMENT OF SPECIAL FUNDS. 
Your Committee also reports that they have examined 
and found correct the securities in the hands of the School 
Agent, representing the Principals of the Special Funds, in- 
vested as follows : 

Carpenter Fund, City Chicago 4 per cent. Bonds % 1,000 00 

Foster Medal Fund, City Chicago 7 per cent. 
Bonds 1,000 00 

Amount carried forward $ 2,000 00 



11,000 00 






100 00 






500 00 






2,500 00 






1,000 00 


$ 






21,400 00 



C&nxmittee on Finance. #9 

Amount brpught forward $ 2,000 00 

Jones Fund, City Chicago 7 per cent. Bonds 1,000 00 

Michael Reese Fund, City Chicago 4 per cent. 

Bonds 2,000 00 

Newberry Fund, City Chicago 4 per cent. Bonds 1,000 00 

W. K. Sullivan Fund, City Chicago 4 per cent. 

Bonds 300 00 

Moseley Book Fund, City Chicago 7 per cent. 

Bonds $ 1,000 00 

Moseley Book Fund, City Chicago 8.65 per cent. 

Bonds 10,000 00 

Holden Fund, City Chicago 4 per cent. Bonds. . 
Calhoun Fund, 

City Chicago 4 per cent. Bonds 100 00 

City Railway 4H per cent Bonds 400 00 

Sheldon Fund, City Chicago 4 per cent. Bonds.. 

George Howland Fund, 7 per cent mortgage 

note 

Total amount invested 



JONATHAN BURR FUND. 

Your Committee submits the following statement of the 
receipts and expenditures on account of the Jonathan Burr 
Fund, held in trust by the City Comptroller for the use of 
Schools, for the year ending June 30, 1894: 

INCOME ACCOUNT. 

Cash on hand in the City Treasury June 30, 1803 ' $ 8 06 

Interest on Principal invested in City of Chicago 

7 per cent. Bonds % 280 00 

Interest on Principal invested in City of Chicago 

6 per cent. Bonds 60 00 

Interest on Principal invested in City of Chicago 

4 per cent. Bonds 134 00 

Interest on Principal invested in City of Chicago 

3.65 per cent. Bonds 9 12 

Interest on Principal invested in Cook County 

5 per cent. Bonds 750 00 

Interest on Principal invested in Cook County 

4 per cent. Bonds 20 00 

1,253 12 

Overdraft on City Treasurer 479 02 

$ 1,734 20 

EXPENDITURES. 

Text Books for use of indigent pupils $ 1 ,734 20 



100 



Reports of Standing Committees. 



Your Committee also submits a statement of the amount 
now invested on account of the Principal of the Jonathan Burr 
Fund, the revenue of which is applicable to the purchase of 
books of reference, apparatus, works of art, text books, etc., 
for the use of Schools. 

Amount of Principal of Jonathan Burr Fund, 
for use of schools as per last report $ 32,700 00 

Principal of Fund June 30, 1894 $ 32,700 00 

INVESTED AS FOLLOWS*. 

Eight City of Chicago 7 per cent. Bonds $ 8,000 00 

Two City of Chicago 6 per cent. Bonds 2,000 00 

Fourteen City of Chicago 4 per cent. Bonds.. . . 6,700 00 

One City of Chicago 3.65 per cent. Bonds 500 00 

Twenty-one Cook County 5 per cent. Bonds — 15,000 00 

One Cook County 4 per cent. Bonds 500 00 

32,700 00 



STATEMENT OF BONDED INDEBTEDNESS OF SUNDRY ANNEXED SCHOOL DISTRICTS ASSUMED 
BY THE CITY OF CHICAGO, AND OUTSTANDING JUNE 30, 1894: 



Dis. 


T. R. 


Bonds. 


Due. 




Int. Coupons. 


Payable. 


4 


Int. per cent. 


5 


37, 14 


$1,000 


March 10, 


1896 


March 10, 


September 10 


6 






1,000 


»i 


10, 


1897 




10, 




10 


6 






1,000 


n 


10, 


1898 




10, 




10 


6 






i,oo:> 


.. 


10, 


1899 




10, 




10 


6 






1,000 


.. 


10, 


1900 




10, 




10 


6 






800 


f« 


10, 


1901 




10, 




10 


6 


t 


37, 14 


6,000 


June 


2, 


1895 


June 


1, 


December 




5 






6,000 


Aug. 


1, 


1899 


Feb. 


1, . 


August 




5 


10 


37, 14 


400 


May 


1 


, 1895 


Annually 


May 




6 


1 


37, 15 


20,000 


Feb. 


1, 


1907 


Feb. 


1, 


August 




5 






35.000 


Aug. 


1, 


1908 


u 


1, 


it 




5 


6 


38, 13 


7,000 








April 


1, 


October 




5 


1 


38, 14 


10,000 


July 


1, 


1898 


Jan. 


1, 


July 




5 






10,000 


.. 


1, 


1899 




1, 






5 






10 000 


n 


1, 


1900 




1, 






5 






10,000 


n 


1, 


1901 




1, 






5 






10,000 


it 


1, 


1902 




1, 






5 






5,000 


.. 


1, 


1898 




1, 






4^ 






5,000 


.. 


1, 


1899 




1, 






4H 






5,000 


u 


1, 


1900 




1, 






4H 






5,000 


ft. 


1, 


1901 




1, 






4)4 






5,000 


l. 


1, 


1902 




1, 






4H 






15,000 


». 


1 


1903 




1, 






4% 






15,000 


. . 


1, 


1904 




1, 






4X 






15,000 


». 


1, 


1905 




1, 






4^ 






15,000 


.« 


1, 


1906 




1, 






4^ 






15,000 


lb 


1, 


1907 




1, 


/ 




4H 


2 


38. 14 


15,000 


July 


1, 


1896 


Jan. 


1, 


July 




8 






50,000 


Aug. 


1, 


1897 


Feb. 


1, 


August 




7 



Committee on, Finance. 



101 



Vis. 


T R. 


Bonds. 


Due. 




Int. Coupons 


Payable. 


Int. per cent. 


2 


38, 14 


$15,000 


Sept. 1, 


1899 


March 1, 


September : 


i 5 






15,000 


tt -1 


1900 


tt i 


tt 


1 5 






15,000 


tt 1 


1901 


tt i 


ti 


I 5 






15,000 


It 1 


1902 


tt i 


tt 


I 5 






15,000 


it 1 


1903 


tt i 


tt 


I 5 






15,000 


Ik -J 


, 1904 


tt ■> 


»t 


I 5 






15,000 


it 1 


1905 


tt i 


1 1 


I 5 






15,000 


tt 1 


1906 


tt i 


tt i 


L 5 






15,000 


it 1 


1907 


tt -j 


tt i 


1 5 






15,000 


" 1 


1908 


tt i 


«i 


1 5 


4 


38, 14 


1,000 


Aug. 1, 


1894 


Feb. 1, 


August 


1 8 






1,000 


" 1 


1895 


t« i 


tt 


I 8 






1,000 


u 1 


1896 


it 4 


tt 


1 8 






2,000 


ti i 


1897 


it 4 


it 


I 5 






1,500 


41 <f 


1898 


it 1 


it 


I 5 






2,000 


u i 


1899 


it 1 


tt 


I 5 






2,000 


tt 1 


1900 


It I 


it 


I 5 






2,000 


it 1 


1901 


It 4 


.t 


I 5 






2,000 


*' 1 


1902 


tt -J 


tt 


I 5 


5 


38, 14 


1,000 


Jan. 1, 


1895 


Jan. l, 


July 1 


L 5 


* 




1,000 


tt 1 


, 1896 


it ■* 


tt 


I 5 






1,000 


it 1 


1897 


it 1 


tt 


I 5 






1,000 


iV -J 


1898 


it 1 


i< 


I 5 






1,000 


tt 1 


1899 


it -1 


<t i 


I 5 


G 


38, 14 


12,000 


Nov. 19, 


, 1894 


3Iay 19, 


November 11 


) 7 






11,000 


June 1, 


1900 


June 1, 


December 1 


[ 7 


1 


38, 14 


5,000 


15 


1895 


15 


V, 


> 5K 






4,000 


15 


, 1897 


. " 15 


1; 


5 5^ 


10 


38, 14 


40,000 


it 1 


, 1898 


tt i 


tt 


I 5 






41,000 


" 1 


, 1903 


it i 


tt 


1 5 






41,000 


n 1 


, 1908 


tt i 


it 


I 5 


8 


40, 13 


1,000 


July l, 


1895 


Jan. 1, 


July ] 


I 5 






1,000 


ii i 


, 1896 


<t -j 


tt 


I 5 






1,000 


it i 


, 1897 


tt -j 


.1 


I 5 


11 


40, 13 


3,500 


Auk. 1 


, 1894 


Annually 


August 


1 G 






3,000 


Jan. 1 


1896 


Jan. 1, 


July 1 


L 6 






2,000 


it << 


, 1898 


t. ■< 


tt 


L 6 






3,500 


Nov. 1 


1900 


May 1 


November 


L 6 






3,000 


May 1, 


1902 


i. * 


tt 


I 5 


13 


40, 13 


4,500 


March 1, 


1895 


March 1 


, September ] 


1 6 






6,500 


July 1 


1897 


Jan. 1 


July 1 


I 6 


H. S. 


40, 13 


2,000 


April 1. 


1895 


April 1, 


October ] 


I 5 


1 


40, 14 


500 


Sept. 1 


. 1889 






G 






30,000 


U 4 


, 1902 


March 1, 


September 


L 5 






30,000 


tt -J 


1892) 


tt -i 


tt 


I 5 








tt I 


1902)" 










40,000 


it 1 


1906 


14 1 


tt 


1 5 


2 


40, 14 


2,000 


April 1, 


1895 


April 1, 


October ] 


I 5 






2,000 


July 1 


, 1896 


Jan. 1 


, July 


L 5 






2,000 


tt -i 


1897 




ti 


I 5 






2,000 


i» i 


1898 




i. 


I 5 






1,500 


<t i 


, 1899 




i . 


1 5 


3 


40, 14 


1,000 


%< 1 


1895 




it 


1 5 






1,000 


u ■< 


1896 




tt 


I 5 






1,000 


" 1 

X 


1897 


" 1 


tt 


t 5 



102 



Reports of Standing Committee*. 



Dis. 


T. R. 


Bonds. 


Due. 


Int. Coupons. 


Payable. 


Int. per cent 


3 


40, 14 


$1,000 


July 


1, 1898 


Jan. 1, 


July 1 


[ 5 






1.000 


ti 


1, 1899 


it 1 


t. 


I 5 






1,000 


41 


1, 1900 


it 1 


«* 


I 5 






1,000 


11 


1, 1901 


it 1 


it 


I 5 


4 


40, 14 


500 


Aug. 


1, 1896 


Feb. 1, 


August 1 


I 5 






5,500 


July 


1, 1899 


Jan. 1, 


July 1 


I 5 


U.S. 


40, 14 


25,000 


it 


1, 18951 
1, 1905 f 


u i 


it 


K 








it 






o 


4 


41, 14 


10,000 


it 


1, 1897 


4. -1 


tt i 


[ 5 



Total $841,100 

Decrease in bonded indebtedness during the school year, $33,400. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Robert Lindblom, 
Thomas Brenan, 
James P. Mallette, 

Committee on Finance. 



OF 



COMMITTEE ON HIGH SCHOOLS. 



To the Board of Education of the City of Chicago : 

The Committee having in charge the management of the 
High Schools, present the following report for the year 
ending June, 1894: 

No new High Schools have been added to the jurisdic- 
tion of the city since the annexation of 1889, but the 
rapid growth in population has had a marked effect upon 
the attendance of pupils in these schools, until very soon 
there will be more pupils than there are accommodations 
for seating them. 

The new Hyde Park High School building, 57tb street 
and Kim bark avenue, with all its modern equipments, was 
opened for the transfer of pupils from the old building in 
March of the present year. It was erected with the expec- 
tation that it would answer all the demands of that district 
for many years to come, and yet it is believed that at the 

103 



104 Reports of Standing Committees. 

opening of the schools in September the actual member- 
ship will exceed the seating capacity of the school. 

If, before the building has been occupied one year, it 
proves too small, how shall we meet the needs of the 
near future ? 

The West Division High School, erected only a few 
years ago, to accommodate 1,200 pupils, has completely 
outgrown its capacity. Four rooms will be used in the 
Grant School, a mile away, in September, and several 
additional rooms must be secured to accommodate the 
overflow. There will be, therefore, under the supervision 
of this school, about 500 pupils more than the main build- 
ing has capacity for, a number sufficiently large for an 
entirely new school. 

We believe that the best interests of the High Schools 
demand that there should be under the control of the same 
Principal not more than 1,000 pupils. 

The Lake View High School, which was built for two 
hundred and fifty pupils in 1886, has about five hundred 
in actual attendance this year, which number will be 
increased by one hundred in September. It was exceed- 
ingly fortunate that a new grammar school, the Blaine, was 
erected in the vicinity, five blocks away, two years ago. 
Here have been congregated the entire first year class, 
but before the close of another year this building will be 
needed in all its capacity for grammar and primary pupils, 
and unless steps are taken at once for an additional build- 



Committee on High Schools. 105 

ing at Lake View, it will be quite impossible to provide 
for those who will expect the privileges of the Lake View 
High School in September, 1895. No portion of the city is 
likely to grow more rapidly than the north division, and 
every interest of prudence and economy demands the 
immediate attention of the Board of Education to the abso- 
lute needs of this district. 

The Calumet High School, at 80th St. and Wright 
Avenue, is subject to many inconveniences which should 
be remedied at as early a date as possible. That school 
has, at present, no habitation, and is temporarily occupy- 
ing the assembly room of the Auburn Park Grammar 
School. The continued growth of the latter will neces- 
sitate in all probability during the coming year, the 
removal of the high school to other quarters. At present, 
no other building can be provided. The high school itself 
is increasing numerically, and it is imperative that during 
the coming year some provision should be made for a 
suitable school building to accommodate it. 

Other schools, notably the North Dvision, Englewood, 
and South Chicago, have reached, or are nearing 
the extreme limit of their capacity, and the actual member- 
ship of the High Schools at the opening of another year 
will exceed the number of sittings provided for the 
pupils. 

HISTORY. 

In studying the present needs of these schools, and in 



106 Reports of Standing Comndttees. 

forecasting the demands which the immediate future will 
make upon us, it may be well to briefly retrospect. 

As early as 1843, the Board of Education, speaking of 
the crowded condition of the schools, said, "Had we the 
means, the establishment of a High School with two good 
teachers, into which might be placed a hundred of the best 
instructed scholars from the different schools, would 
remedy this increasing evil," and yet, so difficult is it to 
introduce an innovation into the body politic, so gradual 
is the growth of every great idea, that not until 1856, 
after thirteen years of agitation more or less spirited, was 
the first High School opened. In the report of a committee 
issued December, 1852, the following arguments for the 
establishment of a High School for Chicago were touched 
upon, arguments, which the experience of forty years have 
proved to be prophetic, and whose forcef ulness is demon- 
strated in the expansive and expanding educational system 
of our great city to-day, whose twelve High Schools, as 
the crown of that system, show the foresight and wisdom 
of those who from 1840 to 1856 labored so zealously for 
these higher educational advantages. The report says: 
4 'It (the High School) opens the door to general education 
for the poor as well as the rich." "It will elevate the 
standard of education in our common schools." "It will 
be a school in which teachers will be trained to supply our 
future wants." 

"Whenever the common school system has been adopted 



Committee mi High Schools. 107 

in the larger cities of our country, High Schools have been 
invariably a subsequence, and are deemed eminently essen- 
tial to complete the machinery of education," "And, lastly, 
the great interests of our country demand every effort 
which promises to sustain and perpetuate our free institu- 
tions Enlighten the masses and there is comparative 

safety, for with universal suffrage there must be universal 
education." 

The first High School was organized October 8, 1856, 
and after two previous examinations with the standard of 
admission fixed at 50 per cent, about 120 pupils were 
admitted, but a much less number really entered the school, 
for there were only 156 in attendance as late as July, 1859. 

When the first High School was opened in 1856, 
with 120 pupils, there were about 2,500 in the common 
schools; if we multiply this number by 60 it will make 
150,000, or about the number in the common schools to- 
day, and the 120 multiplied by 60 equals 7,200 or about 
the number in our High Schools to-day, showing that the 
ratio of the High School to the common school pupils in 
1856, which was 1 in 20, or 5 per cent., still maintains 
itself, notwithstanding the stupendous growth of popula- 
tion, the heterogeneous elements of which it is composed, 
the establishment of multiplied private schools and acade- 
mies, and the marvelous increase of wealth which enables 
the rich to educate their children in the more fashionable 
schools of the East. In other words the High Schools 



108 Reports of Standing Committees. 

have maintained the popularity predicted of them, and are 
accomplishing the ends for which they were designed. 

STATISTICS. 

At fir&t thought, the fact that there are twelve public 
High Schools in the city, seems extraordinary, but when 
we remember that in a population of 1,600,000 people, 
this means only one school to 133,000 population, the 
wonder vanishes, for on a basis of 200 pupils to each school, 
which is about the number which attend the High School 
in cities of 25,000 people, we have thirty schools or only 
one to every 53,000 population. The twelve High Schools 
of the city to-day have an average attendance in each of 
500 pupils, and on a basis of 200 pupils for each 25,000 of 
population, and with our High Schools built to accommo- 
date 500 pupils each, we would need twenty -six schools. 
If, therefore, each one of the High Schools now in the City 
of Chicago had a capacity for 1,000 pupils each, we would 
have accommodations about equal to those provided in the 
small cities, except in matter of distance. It is an estab- 
lished fact that the presence of a High School creates a 
supply of pupils, and the nearer the school to the homes 
of the children the larger the number that will attend. In 
the extreme length of the city, over twenty-five miles, 
there are at a reasonable distance from the lake shore, five 
High Schools, viz., Lake View, North Division, South 
Division, Hyde Park and South Chicago. These schools 






Committee on High Schools. 109 

average over four miles apart, while the Lake View and 
South Chicago, are each several miles respectively from 
the northern and southern limits of the city. At these 
schools there was an attendance at the close of the month 
of September, 1893, 2,562 pupils. 

On the entire west side of the city, the largest division, 
there are but three High Schools (if^ we except the English 
High and Manual Training, which had an attendance at 
the close of September of 256 pupils), and one of these is 
in the township of Jefferson, several miles west, on the 
C. & N.-W. R. R., and had in September 151 pupils. In 
the three schools there were 2,004 pupils. This number 
would undoubtedly be nearly doubled were there suitable 
and convenient accommodations for pupils in this great 
and growing division of the city. The two High Schools in 
the North Division had an attendance in September of 
1,056 pupils. The three in the West Division 2,004, and 
the six in the South Division 2,376. These statistics 
invite careful study in the solution of the problem, how to 
make the attendance upon our High Schools more conven- 
venient, how to spread their good influence until it shall 
permeate all parts of the city, and how to stimulate a 
larger increase of attendance upon these schools, the col- 
leges of the common people. 

The number of children who graduated from the 
eighth grade in June, 1893, was 4,136. The number 
which entered the first year of the High School in Septem - 



110 Reports of Standing Committees. 

ber 1893, was 2,422, or 59 per cent, of those who left the 
common schools the previous June. The number of pupils 
who graduated from the eighth grade June, 1894, was 
5,185. We await with interest' the attendance upon the 
High Schools in September, 1894. 

The total membership for September, 1891, was 5,222 
and for June, 1892, 4,098, showing a decrease of 21 per 
cent. The membership for September, 1892, was 5,550, 
and for June, 1893, was 4,360, a decrease of 21 per cent. 
The total membership for September, 1893, was 5,692, 
and for June, 1894, was 4,929, a decrease of less than 12 
per cent. 

It will be most gratifying if this marked difference in 
the ratio of decrease between the two previous years and 
the year just closed shall continue. The largest per cent, 
of decrease was in the Northwest Division High School 
where there was an attendance of 453 in September and 
359 in June, a decrease of 21 per cent. The smallest 
decrease of attendance from September to June was in the 
following schools : Jefferson High, a little less than 5 per 
cent. : South Chicago, a little less than 6 per cent. ; Lake 
High, a little more than 6 per cent. ; and Englewood High, 
a little less than 8 per cent. 

The decrease of attendance in the West Division and 
Lake View Schools just equalled the general average 12 
per cent., while the North Division lost 19 per cent., the 
South Division 16 per cent., the Calumet 14 per cent., Hyde 



Committee on High Schools. Ill 

Park 13 per cent. In September, 1891, the first-year class 
constituted 45J per cent, of the total membership; in Sep- 
tember, 1892, 44J per cent., and in September, 1893, 42£ 
per cent., which shows a very gradual yet steady increase 
in the number of pupils who remain to complete the courso 
of study. 

Six hundred and fifty-eight pupils graduated from the 
High Schools in June, 1894, at an average age of 19 years. 
The oldest graduate was in the Northwest Division High 
(26 years and 10 months), and the youngest a pupil of the 
Jefferson High (15 years and 10 months). 

Of the total enrollment of pupils for this year, 1893-4 
(6,189), 44 per cent, were in the 1st year, 28 per cent, in 
the 2d year, 16 per cent, in the 3d year, and 12 per cent, in 
the 4th year. 

Of the total number 29 per cent, were boys and 71 per 
cent, were girls. 

CONCLUSION. 

With our increasing facilities for instruction, with our 
better laboratory equipments, with our improving methods 
of teaching, with the employment of instructors better 
educated and of larger successful experience, who may be 
secured by a radical change in the method of examination 
of candidates, and with additional schools more accessible 
to pupils, there is every reason to hope that in the near 
future, the High Schools of Chicago will challenge com- 
parison with any of the secondary schools, private or 



112 Report* of Standing Committees. 

public, in the country, and constitute a more and more 
important leaven in assimilating all classes of our hetero- 
geneous society, and in producing a much higher grade of 
honorable citizenship. 

D. R. CAMERON. 

E. G. HALLE. 
THOMAS BRENAN. 
GEORGE W. STANFORD. 
CHARLES S. THORNTON. 

Committee on, High Schools. 



OF 



COMMITTEE ON THE ENGLISH HIGH AND 
MANUAL TRAINING SCHOOL, 1893-4. 



To the Board of Education of tlte City of Chicago: 

The Committee on the English High and Manual Train- 
ing School begs leave to present the following report : 

The total enrollment for the year just ended was 268, 
and the average attendance 226. , This, though somewhat 
a decrease from the preceding year, yet contains much 
that is encouraging. The entrance classes to almost all 
institutions of learning, in September, 1893, were much 
smaller than educators had been led to expect, and, though 
the School had its share of the losses, yet it had its propor- 
tion of the students entering the high schools. The especial 
features of encouragement lie in the fact that almost every 
student who had gained promotion in the school year 
1892-3 returned to take the second or third year of the 
course. A school that binds a large body of young men 

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to it, at an age when all of their inclinations are driving 
them out into the world of work and business, and per- 
suades them to spend one or two more years in getting a 
better preparation for life's active work, cannot be consid- 
ered as a failure. 

Of the fifty-one young men who were graduated from 
the school in June, 1894, more than thirty said that they 
would not have attended any school after leaving the Gram- 
mar school had it not been for the manual training con- 
nected with the academic studies. 

The prospect for a large increase in the number of 
the students admitted in September, 1894, is very good. 
About 270 have signified their intention of entering. If 
but 200 of these carry out their intentions the school will 
be badly cramped for room. We have accommodations, 
at present, for about 300 students. This fact makes it 
clear that something should be done to provide for this 
evident demand for manual instruction, either by enlarging 
this school or providing schools in the other divisions of 
the city where the same kind of work can be pursued. It 
is very evident that by September, 1895, this school can 
by no means accommodate those desiring admission. 

As suggested in last year's report, something has 
been done to make the principals, teachers and pupils 
of the grammar schools acquainted with the school, its 
outfit and the scope of its work. Invitations were sent 
to the principals of many of the grammar schools and the 



Committee on Manual Training School. 115 

boys of the eighth grade to visit the school on a certain 
day. These invitations were indorsed by the Super- 
intendent of Schools, and they resulted in visits from 
nearly 600 boys, accompanied by the principals or head 
assistants of the schools. These visits were made in the 
months of May and June and aroused much enthusiasm. 
It is expected the results will be seen in the number and 
character of the class entering in September. 

The Principal of the school has furnished the following 
outline or summary of the work accomplished: 

"The main feature of the shop work during the past year 
has been an effort to bring the work more closely to the student. 
To accomplish this we have discarded attempts to make the 
large objects so common in manual training schools, and dis- 
playing but little individual work, and have turned attention 
to making and finishing many smaller objects which the student 
can complete for himself to take home as his own property. 
The influence of this kind of work has been shown in an 
increased interest and enthusiasm in regard to the work. To 
attain this end we have made many glove and handkerchief 
boxes and foot and blacking stools of polished wood; in pattern 
work we have made the pattern of a foot lathe which next year 
will be constructed in the foundry and machine shop of the 
school for the individual use of the student. It is intended to 
carry this individual work to as great an extent as possible. 

A summary of the work is as follows: 

First Year. 

1,000 turning exercises. 
500 joinery exercises. 
750 patterns. 

120 glove and handkerchief boxes. 
100 stools and blacking boxes. 



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In addition to the above patterns the class made: 
Patterns for a foot wood lathe. 
Patterns for a foot ironworker's lathe. 

In the Second Year, which is devoted to Foundry and Forge 
work, the class accomplished the following: 

1,000 exercises in moulding and casting. 
(This included all the brass and many of the small iron castings 
used in the machine shop.) 

4,000 exercises in forging. 
30 lamp stands. 
Beside these the class furnished many forgings for exercises 
and repairs used in the other shops. 

In the Third Tear the class has made: 
2 speed lathes. 
1 marine compound engine. 
1 patternmaker's lathe. 
The above are from our own patterns. Besides these the 
regular exercises in chipping and filing, screw cutting, turning, 
polishing, etc., were gone through with. 

Of the 51 graduates of last year 17 expect to enter some 
higher institution of learning. This is an indication of a healthy 
state of affairs." 

The Committee recommend that immediate steps be 
taken looking to the establishing of similar schools in 
each of the other sections of the city, or that the facilities 
of the present school be enlarged so as to accommodate 
all who may apply for admission. 

Kespectfully, 

P. H. Duggan. 
Caroline K. Sherman. 
M. J. Keane. 



OF 



Committee on Buildings and Grounds. 



To the Board of Education of the City of Chicago: 

Your Committee on Buildings and Grounds respect- 
fully reports the following summary of the work done 
under their supervision during the school year 1893-94. 

To keep pace with the remarkable growth of the city, 
and provide suitable accommodations for the large increase 
of children of school age, your Committee have taken up 
the work laid down by the Committee of 1892-93, and are 
able to show a gratifying exhibit in the way of erection of 
new buildings, and improvement and enlargement of old 
buildings. 

While much has been accomplished, the erection of a 
number of needed buildings was necessarily postponed on 
account of the lack of funds. To meet the more urgent 
demands of certain districts the list of rented buildings 
has been increased, and this temporary expedient must be 

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118 Reports of Standing Committees. 

continued until, by an issue of bonds, or by other measures, 
a sufficient sum of money may be available to bring the 
facilities for a common school education up to the standard 
of growth established in the manufacturing and mercantile 
life of Chicago, and of the more advanced educational in- 
stitutions that offer rare opportunities for a high scholarship. 

The appropriation made by the City Council for school 
purposes for the year 1892 was $5,450,000, and for the 
year 1893, $5,550,000. This increase of $100,000 was 
inadequate to carry out the design and wish of your Com- 
mittee in the purchase of additional sites and the erection 
of new buildings to take the place of rented quarters, 
which are, at the best, far below the standard of excellence 
required in the sanitary and other conditions of the build- 
ings erected by the Board of Education. 

An increase in teachers' salaries for the school year of 
1893-4 over those of the school year of 1892-3 of $478,- 
433.85, or 18.7 per cent, as against the increased appro- 
priation of $100,000, or 1.8 per cent., will demonstrate the 
embarrassing conditions confronting this Committee in their 
efforts to afford relief sought for in petitions that came in 
from all districts of our city, more especially from the 
newly annexed parts, which show a phenomenal increase 
of population since they have enjoyed the advantages of 
better transportation, fire and police protection, and a 
more comprehensive system of street improvements than 
they had prior to annexation. 



Committee on Buildings and Grounds. 119 

That you may have a more comprehensive idea of what 
has been accomplished with the funds intrusted to the dis- 
posal of your Committee a summary of work done, is here- 
with submitted, etc. 

SCHOOL SITES. 

There has been expended the sum of $180,500, for the 
purchase of new sites and additional lots for the enlarge- 
ment of old sites, as follows: 

For the relief of the Calhoun School District in section 
east of Garfield Park, and south of Madison street, 275x 
182.7 feet, south front on Adams street, between Kedzie 
and Spaulding avenues, at a cost of $32,000. 

For the relief of a well-settled portion of the Kelvyn 
Grove School District, northeast of the Hermosa Branch 
240x125.5 feet, on the northeast corner of Keeney and 
Dickens avenues, at a cost of $4,400. 

For the enlargement of the West Pullman School site, 
50x123.5 feet at a cost of $600. 

For the relief of the Hedges School District, the south- 
west corner of Page and 46th streets, with a frontage on 
Page street of 242.5 feet and a depth on 46th street of 
124.7 feet at a cost of $8,000. 

For the relief of the Wells School District 192x124.3 
feet, south front, on Augusta street, between Noble street 
and Ashland avenue at a cost of $27,500. 

For the better accommodation of a rapidly improving 



120 Reports of /Standing Committees. 

district lying north of Washington Park, between Cottage 
Grove avenue and the Grand Boulevard, 200x127.96 ft., 
on the southeast corner of St. Lawrence avenue and 49th 
street, at a cost of $21,800. 

To provide a site in place of that on the southwest corner 
of 66th street and St. Lawrence avenue, which had become 
undesirable for a school on account of the contemplated 
extension of the elevated road, an exchange was recom- 
mended to the City Council, with Howard K. Brooks, for 
216x121.85 ft., west front, on Champlain avenue, between 
65th and 66th streets, the difference, in exchange, to be 
paid by the Board, being $3,500. The Council passed an 
order for the exchange, and a voucher was issued for 
the above amount. 

Pending a settlement, however, of the exchange, the 
Mayor discovered that no school property could be dis- 
posed of without first advertising the same, and then dis- 
posing of it to the highest bidder. This unforseen obstacle 
has delayed the proposed erection of a new building on this 
site, much to the disappointment of your Committee, and 
has deprived many children of more than a half day in 
school, and some of the entire day on account of the lack 
of accommodations. The Council having now taken the 
proper legal step to bring about the exchange, it is confi- 
dently expected that a building will be commenced and 
well advanced towards completion before the close of the 
fiscal year. 



Committee on Buildings and Grounds. 121 

For the relief of the Elston Road Branch in the Avon- 
dale School District, 215.97x125.7 ft. on Thomas avenue, 
west front, north of and near Belmont avenue, at a cost of 
$5,400. 

For the relief of the Rogers and Clark School Districts, 
192x124 ft. on Henry street, between Throop and Loomis 
streets, at a cost of $21,000. 

For the relief of the Brainard School District, 192.53x 
124.24 ft., southeast corner of Washburne avenue and 
Kobey street, at a cost of $15,000. 

For the relief of the Walsh School district, 192x- 
122.55 feet on String street, west front, between 16th 
and 18th streets, at a cost of $27,000. 

For the enlargement of the Woodlawn Branch School 
site, 50 feet fronting on Hope avenue and running 
through to Grace avenue, a depth of 190 feet, at a 
cost of $8,500. 

For the relief of a growing settlement in the new 
subdivision of Chicago Heights in the Bowen School 
district, 201.1x125.59 feet, southeast corner of Phillip 
avenue and 92d street, at a cost of $5,800. 

NEW BUILDINGS COMPLETED. 

The following new buildings, for which contract* were 
awarded during the school year of 1892-3, and which 
were reported as being in process of erection, have been 
opened: 



122 Reports of Standing Committees. 

SOUTH DIVISION. 

The Hermann Raster School Building, located on the 
northeast corner of Wood and 70th streets, was opened 
September 5, 1893. It affords relief to a large district 
that had suffered much in the past for want of accom- 
modations, and has allowed the cancellation of several 
leases of rented buildings. The total cost of this 
building, including heating and ventilating apparatus and 
furniture, was $42,200. It is an eight-room building, 
with seating capacity for 457 pupils. The average 
attendance for June, 1894, was 324. 

Fifty-fifth Street School Building, a branch of the 
Doran School, located on the southeast corner of 55th 
street and Blanchard avenue, was opened September 5, 
1893. This is one of the class of four-room temporary 
frame buildings erected to afford relief to a section of 
the city where there is a steady growth in population, 
and is expected to meet the requirements for several 
years. The cost of this building was $10,934.16, fully 
completed and furnished. The seating capacity is 220, 
and the average membership for June, 1894, was 160. 

The George William Curtis School Building, located 
on the southeast corner of Stanwood avenue and State 
street, was opened September 6, 1893. It has sixteen 
class rooms and assembly hall, with a seating capacity of 
864 pupils. The opening of this building permitted the 
closing of the Kensington school building, in the imme- 



Committee on Buildings and Grounds. 123 

diate vicinity of which business had so encroached as to 
make the location quite inaccessible for a large number of 
children in the district. The average membership for June, 
1894, was 694. The cost of the building, including heat- 
ing apparatus and furniture, was $78,363.41. 

The Ellis Avenue School Building^ located on the 
northeast corner of 72d street, was opened September 5, 
1893. It is one of the class of four room frame buildings 
erected for a temporary accommodation of outlying dis- 
tricts, and built in such a way that it may be removed to 
some other locality when the requirements demand a 
larger building. The cost, including furnace heating and 
ventilation, was $12,971.43. The seating capacity is for 
228 pupils. The average membership for June, 1894, 
was 200. 

The Hyde Parle High /School Building, located on 
Kimbark avenue, between 56th and 57th streets, was 
opened March 26, 1894. It has thirty-four class rooms 
and assembly hall, and in architectural beauty will com- 
pare favorably with any other public school building in 
the country. It is supplied with the most perfect system 
of steam heating, sanitary ventilation, and electric service. 
It is the largest High School building in the city, and in the 
finish and furnishings throughout is considered to be the 
most complete and suitably adapted for the purpose of its 
erection. 

The laboratories are numerous, and supplied with the 



124 Reports of Standing Committees. 

latest and best chemical, philosophical and biological appa- 
ratus. The gymnasium, fitted up and equipped at an 
expense of $2,425, and placed under the charge of com- 
petent instructors, must contribute materially to the 
physical development of the pupils, as well as afford them 
relaxation during school hours without interference with 
their studies. 

The first contracts for erection were awarded May 10, 
1893, and the work was prosecuted with such vigor that 
in less than one year the building was completed. The 
rapidly increasing number of pupils desirous of a higher 
education, who reside in this part of our city, may hope- 
fully expect to find accommodations here for a number of 
years to come. 

The cost of this building, including fitting up laborato- 
ries, was $130,807.79. The furniture and apparatus cost 
an additional sum of about $10,000, making the total cost 
approximate $141,000. The seating capacity is for 938 
pupils, and the average membership for June, 1894, was 
544. 

WEST DIVISION. 

The Whittier School Building, located on the north- 
west corner Lincoln and Moore streets, was opened Sep- 
tember 5, 1893. It has sixteen class rooms and assembly 
hall. The cost of building and furnishing same was $78,- 
808.72. It has a seating capacity for 1,000 pupils, and 
had an average membership in June, 1894, of 858. The 



Committee on Buildings and Grounds. 125 

opening of this new building will give much needed relief 
to the Cooper and Froebel School districts. 

The Lafayette School Building, located on the north- 
west corner of Augusta street and Washtenaw avenue, was 
opened September 5, 1893, and will relieve a thickly set- 
tled section in the Columbia School District that has in 
the past depended on rented buildings for accommodations. 
It is a sixteen-room building, and, including furniture, cost 
$75,798. It has a seating capacity for 959 pupils. The 
average membership for June, 1894, was 929. 

The George Howland School Building, located on the 
southwest corner of Spaulding avenue and Sixteenth street, 
was opened September 11, 1893, and will provide accom- 
modations for the district west of Douglas Park, that here- 
tofore has been practically without them. It is a sixteen- 
room building, with assembly hall, and has a seating 
capacity for 862 pupils. The average membership for 
June, 1894, was 691. The cost of the building and fur- 
niture was $78,963.16. 

The Lowell School Building, located on the northwest 
corner of Weage and Sheridan avenues, was opened March 
5, 1894. It is a sixteen-room building with assembly hall. 
The opening of this school relieves a long felt want for bet- 
ter and more ample accommodations than could be sup- 
plied with rented buildings. The district relieved is south 
of North avenue, lying between Humboldt Park and the 
Milwaukee & St. Paul railroad, and is rapidly building up. 



126 Reports of Standing Committees. 

The building complete and furnished cost $73,862.66. It 
has a seating capacity for 1,164 pupils, and had an aver- 
age membership of 1,010 in June, 1894. The contracts for 
this building were let April 12, 1893, and the bids of con- 
tractors evidenced an anticipated cheapening in the cost of 
labor and material that had reached high figures in con- 
sequence of the unusual demand stimulated by prepara- 
tions in all parts of the city for the World's Columbian 
Exposition, and which has now practically ceased. 

The Sumner School Building, located on West Forty- 
third street, west front, between Colorado avenue and 
Harrison street, was opened May 7, 1894. It is a six- 
teen room building, with assembly hall, divided up by 
rolling partitions into two class rooms, and has a seating 
capacity for 864 pupils. The cost of the building com- 
plete and furniture was $76,956.22. The average mem- 
bership for June, 1 894, was 388. The district accommo- 
dated by the opening of this school extends from West 
Twelfth street on the south, Madison street on the north, 
and from Garfield Park on the east to the citv limits on 
the west, an entire new field, and this building marks the 
path of progress from the center to the outlying bound- 
aries of the city, which extend in all directions. 

The Jackson School Building, located on Sholto 
street, with frontages also on Good and Better streets, 
was opened February 5, 1894. This is in a very thickly 
settled section, where many children have been confined 



Committee on Buildings and Grounds. 127 

to a half day in school, and those drawn hence from the 
Goodrich and Polk Street School districts will give needed 
relief to those schools. The building complete, with 
furniture, cost $67,571.77. It has eighteen rooms, with 
a seating capacity for 972 pupils. The average member- 
ship for June was 688. 

NORTH DIVISION. 

The Brentano School Building, located on Linden 
avenue, between Evergreen and Diversey avenues, was 
opened September 5, 1893, and will give relief to the 
Maplewood School district. It has sixteen class rooms 
and assembly hall, with a seating capacity for 993 pupils. 
The cost of building and furnishing same was $77,574.55. 
The average membership for June, 1894, was 820. 

The Drummond School Building, located on the 
southwest corner of Clybourn place and Girard street, 
was opened October 10, 1893. It is a sixteen-room 
building, with assembly hall, and will afford relief to the 
Burr School district, and also the eastern section of the 
Langland School district. It has a seating capacity for 
859 pupils, and the average membership in June, 1894, 
was 741. The building, completed and furnished, cost 
$75,733.19. 

The Blaine School Building, located on the north- 
east corner of Grace and Sheldon streets, was opened 
September 11, 1893. It is a sixteen-room building, 



128 Reports of Standing Committees. 

with assembly hall, divided off by rolling partitions into 
two class rooms, and while a little in advance of the 
requirements of the district in which it is located, the 
increase in population warrants the belief that in a com- 
paratively short time the building will have a membership 
average up to its full capacity. It has a seating capacity 
for 972 pupils, and the average membership in June, 1894, 
was 590 in the Grammar and Primary grades. The Lake 
View High School uses four class rooms and the assembly 
hall. The cost, including furniture, was $77,117.77. 

The Audubon School Building, located on the north 
west corner of Cornelia street and Hoyne avenue, was 
opened February 5, 1894. It is a sixteen- room building, 
with assembly hall, divided by rolling partitions into two 
class rooms. The cost of building and furniture was 
$72,764.90. The seating capacity is for 1,080 pupils, with 
an average membership for June, 1 894, of 965. The open 
ing of this building will give accommodations for a locality 
that has for several years pleaded for school privileges 
that were impossible to .provide, owing to the lack of funds, 
and will permit the abandonment of three rented buildings. 
Even with the increased accommodations furnished, it has 
been found necessary to renew the lease of one of the 
rented buildings, a fact which is mentioned to show how 
impossible it is to keep up in school accommodations with 
the growth of the city. 

The Louis Nettelhorst School Building, fronting on 



Committee on Buildings and Grounds. 129 

Evanston avenue, School and Melrose streets, was opened 
September 5, 1893. It is a sixteen-room building, 
with assembly hall, and is one of the most imposing in 
architectural beauty and completeness of interior arrange- 
ments of the school buildings of the city. It has a seat- 
ing capacity for 864 pupils, and with the old building on 
the site that was formerly known as the Lake View No. 1, 
will furnish accommodations for 1,118 pupils. The aver- 
age membership for June, 1894, was 979. The cost, 
including the furniture, was $74,788.73. 

The Leavitt Street and Belle Plaine Avenue School 
Building was opened September 5, 1893. This is a four- 
room frame building, and is located in a district north of 
Graceland avenue, between Lincoln avenue and the North 
Branch of the Chicago River, where the children have been 
compelled to walk more than a mile to school or remain at 
home. The seating capacity is for 216 pupils, and the 
average membership for June, 1894, was 142. The build- 
ing and furniture cost $11,548.11. 

In addition to the list of buildings erected on new sites, 
contracts were awarded by the Committee for 1892-3 for 
additions to buildings on old sites, which have been com- 
pleted and opened in the past school year, as follows : 

SOUTH DIVISION. 

Addition to the J. If. Thorp School Building, located 
on the southeast corner of 89th street and Superior ave- 



130 Reports of Standing Committees. 

nue, was opened September 5, 1893. It has eight rooms, 
and, with the old part, makes a twelve-room building, 
fronting on Superior avenue. The cost, including furni- 
ture, and alterations necessitated to the old building, was 
$31,616.52. The seating capacity is for 432 pupils, in- 
creasing the accommodations of the entire building to 613 
sea tings. The average membership for June, 1894, was 
474, and one room devoted to the Kindergarten. 

Addition to the Kershaw School Building, located on 
Winter street, west front, between 64th and 65th streets, 
was opened September 5, 1893. It is a twelve-room 
building, with assembly hall. It is a separate building 
south of the old building, and has a seating capacity of 
648 — increasing the accommodations provided at this 
School to twenty-seven rooms, with a seating capacity of 
1,271 pupils. The average membership in June, 1894, 
was 1,000. The cost of this addition, including furniture, 
was $69,504.97. 

Additions to the Yale School Building, located on Sev- 
entieth street, fronting also on Yale and Webster avenues, 
were opened January 8, 1894. This improvement con- 
sists of two six- room additions added to the east and west 
sides of the old building, with an assembly hall in the east 
addition. In connection with the erection of these additions, 
an entire remodeling of the old building was made, and 
additional rooms were fitted up on the upper floor. Steam 



Committee on Buildings and Grounds. 131 

heating was substituted for furnaces, and a perfect system 
of ventilation was introduced. A new boiler house and 
engine room was erected. The closets in the basement 
were removed, and others provided outside of the build- 
ing. The cost of the additions and alterations to the old 
building, including furniture, was $67,388.46. The seat- 
ing capacity added will accommodate 648 pupils, making 
the capacity of the entire building for 1,083 pupils. The 
average membership for June, 1894, was 444. There are 
eight unused rooms at the present time. 

WEST DIVISION. 

Addition to the Wicker Park School Building, located 
on Evergreen avenue, near Robey street, was opened Janu- 
ary 8, 1894. It has nine rooms and assembly hall, and will 
accommodate 486 pupils. It is built in front of the old 
building, and together they make a building of 25 rooms, 
with a seating capacity for 1,35C pupils. The average 
membership for June, 1894, was 1,108. The cost, includ- 
ing furniture, was $52,839.32. 

Addition to the Andersen School Building, located on 
Lincoln street, near Division street, was opened January 8, 
1894. It has 12 rooms with a seating capacity for 648 
pupils, and is joined to the old building, making the entire 
building one, with 27 rooms and a seating capacity for 1,536 
pupils. The average membership for June, 1894, was 
1,432. The cost, including furniture, was $57,390.96. 



132 Reports of Standing Committees. 

Addition to the Washburne School Building, located on 
West 14th street, near Union street, was opened January 
8, 1894. It has a seating capacity for 324 pupils, and con- 
tains six rooms, making, as enlarged, a building with 24 
rooms and a seating capacity for 1,561 pupils. The cost, 
including furniture, was $26,271.07. The average mem- 
bership for June, 1894, was 1,440. 

Addition to Ar?nour Street School Building, located on 
Armour street, near Ohio street, was opened January 8, 
1894. It has six rooms, with a seating capacity for 324 
pupils, enlarging the building to 21 rooms, and increasing 
the seating capacity to 1,186. The cost, including furni- 
ture, was $31,575.75. The average membership for June, 
1894, was 1,025. 

NORTH DIVISION. 

Addition to Rwenswood School Building, located on 
the southwest corner of Sulzer and Paulina streets, was 
opened September 5, 1893. It is a building of 12 rooms 
and assembly hall, and will add a seating capacity for 648 
pupils. It is built south of and apart from the old build- 
ing, with the front on Paulina street. The cost, including 
furniture, was $6 1, 993. 66. The accommodations provided 
at the school now number 1,040 seatings. The average 
membership for June, 1894, was 671. 

Addition to the La Salle School Building, located on 
the northwest corner of Eugenie and Hammond streets, 
was opened January 8, 1894. It contains seven rooms and 



Committee on Buildings and Grounds. 133 

assembly hall, and cost, including furniture, $38,990.27. 
It has a seating capacity for 378 pupils, increasing the 
capacity of the entire building to 1,289. The average 
membership for June, 1894, was 939. 

Addition to the Schiller School Building, located on 
Vedder street, near Halsted street, was opened January 
22, 1894. It contains nine rooms, with accommodations for 
486 provided, and increases the capacity of the building to 
1,188. The average membership for June, 1894, was 916. 
It cost, including furniture, $53,943.50. 

Of the work originating with this Committee, we pre- 
sent the following : 

CONTRACTS FOR NEW BUILDINGS. 

West 41st place, between 13th and 14th streets. Con- 
tracts were awarded July 5, 1893, for the erection of an 
eight-room building, to provide accommodations for the 
district lying south of 12th street, east of the city limits, 
and west of Douglas Park. July 19, 1893, the building 
was named the Bryant School Building, in honor of Wil- 
liam Cullen Bryant. The work on this building progressed 
with such rapidity that on May 7, 1894, it was opened for 
the reception of pupils. It has a seating capacity for 477 
pupils. The average membership for June, 1894, was 240. 
It cost, including furniture, $41,644.34. 

Morgan street, west front, between 56th and 57th 
streets. Contracts were awarded July 19, 1893, for a 
sixteen-room building and assembly hall. The contracts 



134 Reports of Standing Committees. 

included one for rolling partitions to divide the assembly 
hall into two class rooms. This manner of dividing up 
the halls has found such favor, both as to cost, light, and 
utility, that rolling partitions seem destined to take the 
place of stationary or sliding partitions hitherto used. 
August 16, 1893, the building was named the Holmes 
School. The very urgent demands made by the residents 
of the district, and the large number of children with only 
a half day in school, led the Committee to shorten the limit 
of time for completion, and in consequence thereof, on 
May 7, 1894, the building was opened with a seating 
capacity for 990 pupils. The average membership for 
June, 1894, was 777. 

McAuley avenue and Hirsch street. This is a four- 
room frame building, having a seating capacity for 216 
pupils. It was opened May 7, 1894, and will furnish 
relief to the district bounded on the north bv North avenue, 
on the south by West Division street, on the east by 
Crawford avenue, and on the west by West 44th street. 
The cost, including furniture and furnace heating, was 
$7,787.54. The average membership for June, 1894, was 
215. In the second month after opening the school, the 
estimate of relief required in this quarter proved too small, 
for every seat occupied seems to prove that the temporary 
relief promised by the erection of this building must be 
supplemented much sooner than anticipated by a perma- 
nent and larger building. 



Committee on Buildings and Grounds. 135 

Mowry and Englewood avenues, in the Chicago Lawn 
Branch School district, was opened May 7, 1894. It is a 
four-room frame building, and cost, including furnace 
heating and furniture, $8,537.67. 

Nutt avenue and 80th street, in the Madison Avenue 
School district, was opened March 26, 1894. It is a four- 
room frame building, and cost, including furnace heating 
and furniture, $8,478.57. Each of these two last men- 
tioned buildings have a seating capacity for 216 pupils. 
They are used as branch schools of the Doran and Madison 
avenue respectively, and the principals reports for June, 
1894, show the same existing conditions as those of the 
McAuley avenue and Hirsch street school building. 

Northeast corner of Parnell avenue and 120th street. 
Contracts were awarded August 2, 1893, for an eight- 
room building. October 28, 1893, it was named the West 
Pullman School building, being located in the thriv- 
ing suburb of West Pullman. February 24, 1894, it 
was opened. It has a seating capacity for 432 pupils. 
The cost was $33,963.06, and the average membership 
for June, 1894, was 249. There are two unoccupied 
rooms. 

Addition to the Carter School Building. Contracts 
were awarded September 27, 1893, for the erection of a 
twelve-room building to front on 61st street. It was 
opened May 28, 1894. The seating capacity is for 648 
pupils, and the average membership for June, 1894, was 



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533. The cost, including changes made in the steam heat- 
ing system of the old buildings, was $55,187.23. 

A summary of the foregoing report shows that during 
the school year ending June 30, 1894, there were com- 
pleted and opened for the reception of scholars new build- 
ings on sites formerly unoccupied as follows: 

Six buildings of four rooms each. 
Three buildings of eight rooms each. 
Twelve buildings of sixteen rooms* each. 
One building of eighteen rooms. 
One building of thirty- four rooms. 

And on old sites, as additions to old buildings: 

Four buildings of six rooms each. 
One building of seven rooms. 
One building of eight rooms. 
Two buildings of nine rooms each. 
Four buildings of twelve rooms each. 

In four of the new buildings the assembly hall has been 
divided by rolling partitions into two class rooms each, 
making a total of 371 rooms added in the Grammar and 
Primary grades, with seating capacity for 19,836 pupils. 

In six of the buildings from one to three recitation 
rooms in each have been seated, in the aggregate furnish- 
ing seating capacity for 548 pupils, a grand total increase 
of seatings for the school year of 21,520. 

The average membership for the month of June, 1894, 
in these additional accommodations was 16,897, which fact 
indicates the probability that by the end of another school 



Committee on Buildings and Grounds. 137 

year, should the city continue its marvelous growth, this 
surplus will have been utilized and provision will have to 
be made for the natural increase. 

In additions to new buildings and additions to old 
buildings contracted for and opened during the time cov- 
ered by this report, your Committee herewith submits a 
list of other contracts awarded, and the progress made 
toward completion. 

SOUTH DIVISION. 

Southwest corner of Page and 46th streets. — Contracts 
were awarded November 22d, 1893, for a sixteen-room 
building on this site, to be known as the Seward School. 
The erection of this building, located equidistant from 
the Buckley, O'Toole and Hedges Schools, will give much 
needed relief to these several districts, and permit the can- 
cellation of leases of six rented buildings. It is expected 
the building will be completed and ready for occupancy by 
September 1st, 1894. 

Addition to Taylor School Building. — Contracts were 
awarded June 17th, 1894, for an eight-room addition to 
the Taylor School building, located on 6th avenue, near 
100th street, in South Chicago, and the work has pro- 
gressed so far that the completion is now set for Septem- 
ber 1st, 1894. 

Addition to the Woodlawn School Building. — Con- 
tracts were awarded March 28th, 1894, for a ten-room 



138 Reports of Standing Committees. 

building, with assembly hall. It is expected the building 
will be completed by October 1st, 1894. 

WEST DIVISION. 

Spaulding avenue, between 23d and 24th streets. — Con- 
tracts were awarded July 5th, 1893, for a sixteen-room 
building, with assembly hall, on this site, at an estimated 
cost of $70,000. It is.located southwest of the Hammond 
School, and northeast of the Lawndale School. It will be 
completed by September 1st, 1894, and when opened, will 
release several rented buildings that have served as 
branches of the schools mentioned above. August 16th, 

1893, the building was named the Farragut School, in 
honor of David G. Farragut. 

Point street, northeast corner of Cornelia street. — Con- 
tracts were awarded October 11th, 1893, for the erection 
of a sixteen-room building, with assembly hall, to be 
divided by rolling partitions into two class rooms. Novem- 
ber 22d, 1893, it was named the Chase School, in honor of 
Salmon P. Chase. It will be completed by September 1st, 

1894, and will relieve a district circled about by the Hoff- 
man Avenue, Logan, Langland, Boulevard and Humboldt 
Schools. 

Augusta street, near Noble street. — Contracts were 
awarded February 16, 1894, for a fifteen-room building 
at an estimated cost of $60,000. February 28, 1894, it 
was ordered that the contemplated building be known 



Committee on Buildings and Grounds. 139 

as the Pedbody School, in honor of Elizabeth Peabody. 
It will be completed by January 1, 1895, and will relieve 
the Wells and Kosciusko Schools. 

Adams street, south front, between Kedzie and 
Spaulding avenues. — Contracts were awarded March 28, 
1894, for a twenty-room building, with assembly hall, at 
an estimated cost of $90,000, to be known as the Marshall 
School, in honor of the late Chief-Justice John Marshall. 
This building will relieve the Calhoun School, and furnish 
school privileges for a district south of Madison street 
and east of Garfield park, which is already thickly 
inhabited and has heretofore been practically neglected. 
It will be completed January 1, 1895, and will provide 
seating capacity for 1,350 pupils. 

Hoffman avenue school site. — Contracts were awarded 
April 25, 1894, for the erection of a twenty-two room 
building, with assembly hall, at an estimated cost of 
$110,000, which includes the removal of the old building. 
The work of razing the old building is progressing. 
The completion of the new building will take until 
September 1, 1895, and in the meantime accommodations 
will be provided in rented buildings. May 23, 1894, the 
building to be erected was named the Goethe School, in 
honor of the distinguished poet, Johann Wolfgang von 
Goethe. 

Henry street, south front, between Throop and Loomis 
streets. — Contracts were awarded April 25, 1894, for a 



140 Reports of Standing Committees. 

building with twenty-one rooms and assembly hall, at an 
estimated cost of $85,000. The erection of this building 
will relieve the Clarke, Roger3 and Garfield Schools, that 
are now overcrowded. June 6, 1894, the building was 
named the Medill School, in honor of Joseph Medill. 
The building has reached the first story, and under favor- 
able conditions will be completed by February 1, 1895. 

Washburne avenue, southeast corner of Robey street. — 
Contracts were awarded May 23, 1894, for the erection on 
this site of a sixteen-rooni building, with assembly hall, 
at an estimated cost of $70,000. The foundation walls 
are in, and it is expected to be ready for the reception of 
scholars by March 1, 1895. June 20, 1894, the building 
was named the Gladstone School, in honor of William E. 
Gladstone. It is located about two blocks distant from 
the Brainard School, and when opened will permit the 
relinquishment of four store-rooms that are now rented 
and used as branches of the latter school. 

Thomas avenue, west front, north of and near Belmont 
avenue. — Contracts were awarded June 6, 1894, for an 
eight-room buiiding on this site, at an estimated cost of 
$33,000. The work is under way, and will be completed 
by January 1, 1895. August 1, 1894, it was named the 
Linne School, in honor of the Swedish botanist, Carl von 
Linne. 



Committee on Buildings and Grounds. 141 

NORTH DIVISION. 

Sheffield avenue, northeast corner of Grace street.— 
Contracts were awarded September 13, 1893, for the 
erection on this site of a sixteen-room building, with 
assembly hall, at an estimated cost of $65,000. October 
11, 1893, it was named the Greeley School, in honor of the 
late Horace Greeley. The work has progressed so fast 
that the building will be completed by September 1, 1894, 
and will supply school facilities for the district lying north 
of Addison street, east of North Clark street, and west of 
North Halsted street, that has filled up rapidly in the 
past two years. 

Wolcott Street Sc/tool Building. — Contracts were 
awarded February 28, 1894, for an additional story, with 
four rooms, and one wing with six rooms, to be added 
to this building, at an estimated cost of $40,000. It will 
be opened about September 15, 1894. May 16, 1894, the 
name was changed to the McPherson School Building, in 
honor of Gen. Jas. B. McPherson. 

Lincoln School Building. — Contracts were awarded 
March 14, 1894, for a ten-room addition to this building, 
at an estimated cost of $45,000. It will be opened about 
October 1, 1894. 

Ad(un& School Building. — Contracts were awarded 
April 11, 1894, for a nine-room addition to this building, 
at an estimated cost of $50,000. April 25, 1894, a com- 



142 Reports of Standing Committees. 

munication was received from Harold Sturges, Secretary 
of the Northwestern Elevated Railroad Company, stilting 
that the right of way, as laid out and approved by the 
city authorities, ran through the site occupied by this 
school building, and that . they desired to make some 
arrangements with the Board. Pending negotiations the 
work has been stopped. 

In closing this portion of their report, your Committee 
would state that they are impressed with the advantages 
gained by having the Architect's Department more 
immediately under the control of the Committee, and con- 
ducted in the offices of the Board. Information is obtain- 
able at all times during office hours. The progress made 
is more satisfactory, and greater care has been exercised in 
the character of the labor and material furnished. 

Your Committee have approved of the recommendation 
of the Business Manager for alterations and improvements 
to old buildings when the same would increase the seating 
capacity, or would insure greater safety for the teachers 
and pupils in case of a panic. The buildings have been kept 
in good repair, and their present condition may be said to 
be above the average of those of other cities. The sub- 
stitution of steam heating apparatus, with proper ventila- 
>n, and heat regulating apparatus, for furnaces, in five of 
e old school buildings under the supervision of the City 
igineer, which had been in contemplation for several 
ars, has been accomplished. 



Committee on Buildings and Qrounds. 14& 

In the report of the Committee on [Finance, an item- 
ized statement of the miscellaneous work done under the 
supervision of your Committee and the cost of same may 
be found, and it is not thought necessary in this report to 
elaborate upon the same. 

Geo. L. Warner, 
James Rosenthal, 
Louis O. Kohtz, 
E. G. Halle, 
J. P. Mallette, 
G. W. Stanford, 
M. J. Keane, 
Wm. H. Beebe, 
T. J. Bluthardt, 
Committee on Buildings and Grounds. 



Annual Report 



OF 



SUPERVISOR OF GERMAN. 



Edward G. Halle, Esq., Chairman Committee on German: 
Dear Sir: — The last annual report prepared in May, 
1894, deals at length with all questions touching the sub- 
ject of the instruction in German in both Grammar and 
High Schools, and contains extensive statistics and the 
views of prominent educators upon this matter. For this 
reason it is deemed advisable to confine the present report 
to a simple statement of the condition of the German 
instruction in the public schools during the scholastic year 
1893-4. During the past year German was taught in the 
Grammar and High School grades only. The number of 
teachers employed in this department was 158. The aver- 
age number of pupils studying German was 16,328. The 
total enrollment in German classes, High School classes 
included, was 24,932, of which number 10,215 are of Ger- 

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Committee on Germcm. 145 

man parentage, 8,022 of Anglo-American, and 6,695 
belong to other nationalities. 

A new course of study having been prepared by the 
Superintendents for the ensuing year, a change in the Ger- 
man curriculum was also instituted to bring the instruction 
in this language into greater harmony with the general 
work. The revision of the readers has facilitated this 
matter, as it involved a change in the reading matter, its 
manner of presentations and also in the language lessons 
which form a part of the text-book and are more in con- 
sonance with the English grammar prescribed for the 
different grades. Another radical change in the depart- 
ment is in the manner of examining candidates for 
positions as teachers of German. Heretofore the greater 
stress had been laid on the proficiency of the candidates 
in the German language. In the last examination held 
August 30, 1894, the applicants were examined not only 
in German, but also in Mathematics, English Grammar and 
Composition, Science and United States History. More- 
over, all inexperienced teachers, who were successful in 
the examination, were required to attend the Training 
School for Teachers for a period of five months, as is the 
case in the English department. We sincerely hope that 
this change will be beneficial in bringing to the German 
work teachers better prepared and better adapted for 
teaching in the public schools of our city. The desire 
was to raise the standard of the teaching-force, and we 



146 Reports of Stcmding Committees. 

believe that the desire is in a fair way of being accom- 
plished through the medium of these changes. 

Respectfully submitted, 

G. A. ZIMMERMANN, 

Supervisor of German. 



OF 



COMMITTEE ON PHYSICAL CULTURE. 



To the Board of Education of the City of Chicago: 

In accordance with the usual custom at the end of the 
school year, your Committee on Physical Culture respect- 
fully submit the following regarding this department of 
the Public Schools: 

The time has gone by in which arguments were needed 
to convince those in charge of our educational system that 
physical culture is an important branch of it. Chicago 
was one of the first of the cities in the United States to 
introduce this branch into its primary and grammar 
grades, and the adoption of the same in many of the large 
and small cities throughout the land is evidence of the 
awakening to the fact that an educated mind is of but 
little advantage if it does not dwell in a sound body. 
Relaxation, therefore, in this branch would be equal to 
a weakening of the foundations upon which your mental 

structures rest. The system of physical culture in use in 

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148 Reports of Standing Cornmittees. 

our schools is of great value as a means of discipline. 
The almost military precision exacted in the execution of 
the commands being acknowledged as such by most of the 
principals of schools. The recognition by the public of 
the necessity and value of our drill exercise is indicated 
by the efforts in the same direction made by our churches 
in the organization of military companies composed of 
their youths. Physical culture, as it should be, has found 
a place in some of our High Schools, where it has the 
advantage of well appointed gymnasiums and of thor- 
oughly trained special instructors. The scholars of these 
schools have the benefit of systematic physical training, 
such as is now deemed indispensable in every one of the 
higher class of educational institutions, to counteract phys- 
ical deterioration consequent upon life in crowded centers of 
population. We are convinced that future efforts should 
be directed to an extension of these privileges to the 
grammar grades at least. In school buildings that are 
provided with assembly halls this could be carried out by 
a very small expenditure for movable apparatus, and in 
this way all could participate in the advantages that are 
now provided for those who are fortunate enough to be 
able to attend our High Schools. 

We herewith attach the report of the Supervisor of 

Physical Culture. 

L. O. Kohtz, 

T. J. Bluthardt. 
P. H. Duggan, 



Committee on Physical Culture. 149 

Mr. Louis O. Kohtz, Chairmcm of Committee on Physical 
Culture: 

Dear Sir: — I herewith respectfully submit to you a 
report regarding Physical Culture in our public schools. 

A remarkable change in regard to Physical Culture has 
taken place since I had the honor to forward a report to 
the Chairman of the Committee on Physical Culture. 
From January, 1886, the year of the introduction of 
bodily exercises into our public schools, instructions were 
given by the special teacher. High Schools were visited 
once a week, Grammar Schools twice a week and Primary 
Schools twice monthly. 

In June, 1893, the Board of Education found it nec- 
essary to reduce the number of special teachers, and at 
present eight teachers of Physical Culture for Primary 
and Grammar Schools, four teachers for High Schools and 
one supervisor are employed to carry on the work. 

As Primary and Grammar grades are visited by the 
instructor only once a month, the teaching of Calisthenics 
rests to a great extent upon the class teacher, and I am 
glad to state that the greater number of these teachers 
conduct the exercises remarkably well. The experience 
of former years and the monthly instructions of the special 
teacher enabled them to conduct the exercises satisfactorily. 

The creation of the Teachers' Training School was a step 
in the right direction. Among other studies Physical Cult- 
ure was introduced into this school. Nearly all the cadets 



150 Reports of Standing Committees. 

had practiced the exercises in Primary, Grammar and 
High Schools, they know how to execute the exercises, and 
therefore special attention is given to teach them how to 
conduct the movements prepared for the lower grades in 
our schools. 

A visit to a class in charge of one of these young 
teachers, shows that the instructions in the Training 
School have not been without success. 

The manuals of Physical Culture used in our schools 
were prepared for the special teacher, more than for the 
class teacher, as the former visited the schools often enough 
to do the principal work. Since the reduction of the num- 
ber of special teachers of Physical Culture, and the class 
teacher is obliged to give the daily lesson; it has become 
necessary to make the explanation of the movements more 
explicit. The manuals for the first two grades are pre- 
pared with the above need in view and in accordance with 
the time set aside for Physical Training. 

As in a former report, I take the liberty to draw your 
attention to the fact that Calisthenics are only a branch of 
Physical Culture, and that the school yards ought to'} e 
furnished with apparatus for outdoor gymnastics. 

I wish to express my thanks to my assistants and the 
teachers in schools for their hearty co-operation in my 
work. Very respectfully, 

Henry Suder, 
Supervisor of Physical Culture. 



OF THE 



COMMITTEE ON DRAWING. 



To the Board of Education of the City of Chicago: 

Your Committee takes pleasure in reporting a year of 

steady growth in the Drawing Department. 

To the period of childhood belong imagination and 

feeling. A child's happiness and consequent development 

depends largely upon the awakening of his sympathies. 

What arouses these, roots itself permanently in his life. 

He is much more a creature of instinct and emotion than 

of reasoning faculties. Music and drawing, picture and 

song, appeal to the imagination and the affections ; they 

lay hold of the sympathies of the inward hidden love 

nature. When these studies are rightly taught they form 

a child's taste. Long after school days are over, they 

supply many with uplifting amusements for leisure 

moments, while they give to all a larger preparation for 

the vocations of life. 

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152 Reports of Standing Committees, 

The best dressmaking and millinery establishments of 
Paris have for years included the study of drawing and 
color in the training of their employes, and more recently 
in our own country, the Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, and the 
Armour Institute, Chicago, both practice drawing in con- 
nection with their dressmaking departments. 

The study of form is so intimately associated with 
many trades and occupations that power to judge of 
shape, proportion and size, to sketch at sight, or to illus- 
trate by diagram, has come to have a commercial value ; 
it is indeed, the dividing line between what may be termed 
crude and skilled labor, and it is in the desire to render 
labor more intelligent that the common school has come to 
include freehand drawing in its course of study. 

The age of pupils in the Primary and Grammar Schools 
forbids the teaching of technical principles to the extent 
that they are emphasized in the schools of Europe, but 
cultivation of the instinct for the beautiful in nature 
and things, power to record data arising from observa- 
tion, or to illustrate and enrich work in literature, geog- 
raphy and science, in fact, all that may be termed "Edu- 
cational Drawing," whose object is to make the child 
more intelligent, and to establish a harmony between mind 
and hand, or between feeling, thinking and expressing — 
this sort of instruction is what your Committee are seek- 
ing to promote. 
It is the opinion of your Committee that the time is 



Committee on Drawing. 153 

,near when subjects will cease to be presented isolatedly, 
for their own sake, but in their relation to each other, and 
that that study or method will finally obtain precedence 

« 

which will do the most for the child in promoting his 
individuality and in developing him from his own center. 
Dissatisfaction with existing methods and results is 
widespread, so much so that President Baker, a member 
of the "Committee of Ten" appointed by President Eliot 
to report changes in the Course of Study in Common 
Schools, insisted on presenting a minority report. Says 
President Baker: 

"The training of observation, memory expansion, and rea- 
soning is a very important part of education, but is not all of edu- 
cation. The imagination, the rich possibilities of the emotional 
life, the education of the will through ethical ideas and correct 
habits, all are to be considered in the scheme of learning. Ideals 
must be added to the scientific method." 

The work of the Department, classified by grades, and 
exhibiting a sequential course of study, was exhibited in 
the Illinois Building in connection with the general school 
work. It excited much interest and attention, especially 
among foreigners. While inferior in technical skill to 
the educational exhibits of England, France or Germany, 
yet it was so naive in character, and so evidently based on 
the desire to promote the individuality of the child, that 
several foreign commissioners requested donations of 
work. 

It is unnecessary to say we were honored with an 



154 Reports of Standing Committees. 

award, but we esteem it a far greater honor that the Chi- 
cago exhibit should have exercised the influence that it 
did in drawing the attention of educators to the possibil- 
ities of this study as a means of child development. 

The Thomas Hoyne Training School is doing good 
work, and its helpfulness is already felt through the cadets. 

During the last year the work has been extended, with 
very beneficial results, to the Deaf Mute Schools. 

In conclusion, your Committee congratulate themselves 
on the excellent feeling that exists between the several 
departments and the very large body of teachers upon 
whom, after all, the success of the instruction depends. 

Thomas Cusack, 
Caroline K. Sherman, 
William H. Beebe, 
George L. Warner, 
Wm. D. Preston, 

Committee on Drawing. 



OP 



Committee on Compulsory Education. 



The Committee on Compulsory Education began ita 

work in September with a force of fourteen agents and 

a determination to solve the much vexed question as to 

the value of the department, if care in securing reports 

from principals and teachers could do so. Every principal 

was required to report to the department the exact results 

in his or her school, what children were brought in by 

the agents, and how long they remained in the school. 

The reports made by the agents were carefully compared 

and verified by reports from principals, and an earnest 

effort made to ascertain how large a proportion of those 

reported as returned to school by the agents were children 

who were out from illness or other unavoidable causes and 

who would have returned sooner or later without the work 

of the agents. These verified reports show: 

Total investigations 8,376 

Placed in public schools 3,025 

Placed in private schools 202 

Incorrigible 130 

Absent from indifference of parents 240 

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156 Reports of Standing Committees. 

From these cases of neglect of parents 26 special 
cases were presented to the Attorney of the Board for 
prosecution under the law; but in no case did the Attorney 
feel a conviction could be secured, and so no case was 
prosecuted. 

The expense of the department: 

Printing $ 171 70 

Salaries 10,443 08 

Total $10,614 78 

Expense per capita for children placed in school, |3.28. 
Average number of days in school, 35. 
Number of permits to work issued, 693. 
Number of permits to work refused, 404. 

A careful analysis of this report satisfied the Chair- 
man that while the work of the agents does have an effect 
in inducing parents to be more careful in seeing that their 
children do not stay away from school for slight reasons, 
the effect in getting into school the large class of regular 
non- attendants is very slight. These non-attendant chil- 
dren are of two classes. 

1st. — The children of laboring people who are unable, 
owing to their own absence from home, to secure the attend- 
ance of their children, though they generally desire it. 
Such children commence running the streets daily, from 
morning till night, as early as two and a half or three years 
of age, owing to the inability of the parents to care for 
them. By the time school age is reached, they have 
acquired the habit of spending their time with absolute 



Committee on Compulsory Education. 157 

freedom from restraint, and the confinement of the school 
is irksome to them; so, with the parents away at work, 
they simply fail to attend. These are largely the children 
of widows, and no law reaches them, for it would be obvi- 
' ously unjust to fine the mother for the non-attendance of 
her child, when, what she most desires is to secure such 
attendance. 

Many parents have come to the Chairman of this Com- 
mittee reciting these conditions and asking counsel as to 
what to do to prevent their children from drifting into a 
criminal life, as the mothers recognized would be the result 
if they were left to grow up under these street influences. 
Some provision should be made for such children by estab- 
lishing and maintaining a parental school to which they 
could be sent on application of parents for a longer or 
shorter time, as circumstances required. Such schools are 
to be found in England and in some of our older States, 
and they pay for themselves a thousand times over in the 
prevention of criminality and pauperism. 

The second class, which the law fails to affect, are the 
children of dissipated and careless parents, through whose 
neglect the child is permitted to grow up in ignorance and 
crime. The fine and imprisonment should be enforced 
against such, but the imperfections of the present law are 
such that, with the best efforts of Committees and the 
Attorney of the Board, no case has ever been made out to 
the satisfaction of the law. 




158 * Reports of Standing Committees. 

The individual reports from schools show that, while 
the average attendance of children returned to school 
through the agents is only thirty-five days (six weeks of 
the school year) these non-attendant children, for whom 
the law is most designed, with few exceptions remain in 
school but a few days at a time. They are brought in, 
stay a day or two, disappear; are again hunted up, come for 
a day or two, and stop, and so on. Under these conditions 
your Committee feel justified in asking if the money spent 
on the Compulsory Department could not be better expended 
and do more good if used to extend the kindergarten sys- 
tem. If the child could be put in the kindergarten dur- 
ing the years that, too young for the school, he is, by the 
poverty or neglect of parents, left to the demoralizing 
influences of the street, he would never acquire the tastes 
and habits that lead him to truancy later in life. Your 
Chairman believes that prevention is better than cure, that 
coaxing is better than coercion, that the mental and 
moral influences of the kindergarten cannot be over-esti- 
mated in shaping the child's nature during the years when 
well-to-do parents are giving their best thought and time 
to their children, but when the parents of the poor child, 
are compelled to neglect his mental and moral nature in 
order to provide bare sustenance for his physical. 

Careful research into the history of pauperism and 
criminality seems to show that the child's bent is fixed 
before his seventh year. If the influences surrounding him 



Committee on Compulsory Education. 159 

before that time are for good, if he has proper moral 
training, if his life and habits are carefully guarded, the 
majority of healthy children will go on with a vigorous 
and healthy moral and physical development. If childhood 
is neglected, if no restraints are thrown around him and no 
effort made to teach self-control, and the difference between 
right and wrong, if in fact the evil instead of the good is 
developed up to that time, in the majority of cases no 
after effort will atone, and the child will mature lawless 
and uncontrolled, and the final end will be the jail or the 
poorhouse. 

Your Committee therefore beg leave to suggest that in 
another year the Department of Compulsory Education be 
curtailed or abolished, and that, in its place, the kinder- 
garten be maintained, believing the latter will do far more 
for the prevention of truancy than the former can do under 
the most favorable circumstances to overcome the habit 

once formed. 

Lucy L. Flower, 

Chairman of Committee. 

G. W. Stanford, 

ROBT. LlNDBLOM, 

Caroline K. Sherman. 
L. O. Kohtz. 



REPORT OF COMMITTEE 



ON 



SPECIAL FUNDS AND PRIZES. 



To the Board of Education of the City of Chicago: 

Gentlemen: — Since the last annual report of this Com- 
mittee there has been added to the Special Funds under 
the control of the Board, the George Rowland Fund, 
established by the last will of George Howland, as fol- 
lows, to-wit : "I give and bequeath to the Board of Edu- 
cation, of the City of Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, the 
sum of one thousand dollars ($1,000), as a fund, and 
direct that the same be kept and securely invested, and 
that the income thereof be used for maintaining a library 
in the West Division High School, in the said City of Chi- 
cago.' ' The amount of said bequest was received from 
the executor of said will December 18th, 1893, and the 
same as authorized by the Board of Education, was 
invested under direction of this Committee in a note for 
$1,000, made by Thomas Gallus and wife, dated December 

160 



Committee on Special Funds. 



161 



8th, 1893, and payable in 5 years after date, with interest 
at the rate of seven (7) per cent, per annum, payable semi- 
annually, and secured by a trust deed on Lot 32 in Block 
5, in Sherman's Addition to Holstein, Cook County, 
Illinois. 

For a statement of the receipts and expenditures on 
account of Special Funds see report of Committee on 
Finance. 

AWARD OF FOSTER DIPLOMAS. 

Your Committee further reports the award of Foster 
Diplomas at the close of the school year 1893-94, as 
follows : 



Agassiz School. 
Harry Boyd 
Ethel Bonniwell 
Grace Carman 

Alcott School. 
Emily Meyer 
Charlotte A. Coy 
Catharine Toebelmaun 

Alice L. Barnard School. 
Mabel K. Bennett 

Amerson School. 

Ellen J. Kinsella 

Andersen Sclvool. 
Clara O. Hansen 
Lillian C. Getzinger 
Mildred A. Holinger 
Almeda Gabrielson 
Etta A. Borovik 
Jennie C. Sullivan 
Maximilian Soebel 
Eugenie V. C. Rixon 
Ella Blanche Willard 
Max Goldberger 



Armour Street School. 
Oscar Brown 
Harry Biermo 
Eva Lynch 
Katie Murphy 

Auburn Park School 
Jennie P. Oliver 
L. Hazel Buck 

Avondale School. 
Maud I. Kuebler 

Bancroft Scliool. 

Jennie M. Berger 
Jennie Johnston 
Adelaide Hansen 

Beale School. 

Josephine Korten 
Annie Fay 

Boulevard School. 
Mabel De Vol 
Margaret Stuart 
Lilian Fischer 



162 



Reports of Standing Committees. 



Bowen School. 

Emily J. Jackson 
Jessie May Black 

Bowmanville School- 
Julia A. Hedler 

Brainard School. 
Olive E. F. Mills 
Mabel M. Gerlach 
Seymour R. Meisel 

Brentano School. 
Mabel A. Olson 
William C. Otter 
J. Leonard Nicolai 

Brighton School. 
Frank J. Seiter 
Nicholas J. Kirby 

Brown School. . 
Fred Lamb 
Bessie Brownlee 
Mussette Schram 
Louise Kreuger 
Effie Warvelle 
Anna Johnson 

Brownell Scliool. 
Josie A. Bates 
M. Virgel Cunningham 

Burnside School. 

Edith K. Nichols 

Burr School. 

Christ Litscher 
Delia; Sebion 
Fred Wernecke 
Flora Schless 
Adolph Eiserer 

Burroughs ScJwol. 
Michael Doolin 

Calumet Avenue School. 
Ray Cox 
Margaret Shaughnessy 



Calhoun School. 

Henry Bradshaw 
Rose Maddock 
Edward Maddock 
Hattie Swanwick 
Sylvester Raveret 
Josie Ashleman 

Carpenter School. 
May L. Munson 
Mary P. Pedersen 
Ida A. F. Von Kampen 

Carter School. 

Ernest F. Haser 
Wilbur C. Gross 

Central Park School. 
David A. Robertson 
Emma L. Brewster 
Edith M. Stanwood 
Lee S. Wells 

Clarke School. 
Ella G. Walsh 
Clara K. Weinert 
Lillie E. Boehm 
Emma E. Cole 
Maud L. Hopkins 

Colman School. 
Harriet Going 
Florence Schutt 

Cornell School. 

Julia A. Krogh 

Cummings School. 
Mary E. Golden 
Mary E. Tierney 

B. S. Wentworth School. 
Daisy M. Fugate 

Dor an School. 

Christopher Coogan 
Lillian E. Biggs 



Committee on Special Funds. 



163 



Dore School. 

Jennie Clithero 
Lydia Merkle 

Douglas School. 
William Stone 
Edith Ahrens 
Helen Hutchinson 
Mabel Smart 
Alice McRevitt 
George R. Kistine 
Jessie Denman 
Rebecca Day 
Clara Cheney 

Duncan Avenue School. 
Fanny Davis 

Ellen Mitchell School. 
Henry Buck 
Erma Palmer 
Nellie Carroll 

Emerson School 
Mabel C. Sill 
Hattie C. Bostelman 
Bessie A. Sutherland 

Everett School. 

James P. J. Mungovan 

Fallon School. 
Anna Guffin 

Farren School. 
Eva Struggles 
Benj. McFarland 

Fernwood School. 

Florence M. Hutton 

Fifty-Fourth Street School. 
Helen M. Keightley 
Rosemary Button 
Austin H. Woods 

Forestville School. 
Florence Fickes 
George M. Stewart 



Mamie M. Cotter 
Lucy M. Colley 
Felix Slimmer 
Georgia Blair 
Maggie Middleton 

Fi'anklin School. 
Thomas Lamont 
Gerard Dieden 
Blanche Erby 
Annie L. Gregory 
Minnie B. Meyer 
Samuel E. Huey 
Louise Zawatzky 
Charlotte Wilson 
Elizabeth A. Loftus 
Blanche Jungen 
Gustave Goob 
Richard Suessmann 

Froebel School. 

Frances M. Northcott. 
Henry T. D. Stueven 
Fred Schott 

Gallistel School. 
Ida M. Hilty 

Garfield School. 

Bettie S. Kallner 
Nettie B. Smith 

George Howland School 
Jennie Connell 
Jennie Shrive 

George H. Thomas School. 

Dora Westf all 
% Alma Keppel 

George Wm. Curtis School. 
Maud Barriball 
William Nelson 

Goodrich School. 
Stella Trockey 
Rachel De Costa 
Rose M. G. Fox 



164 



Reports of Standing Committees. 



Graham School. 

Matilda V. Gibson 
Ethel Bird 
Agnes Cummings. 
Roy Abbey 

Greenwood Avenue School. 
Flora Sawyer Gilford 
Catherine L. Cleaver 

Hamilton School. 

Elsie Zaumbrecher 
Pearl Hawks 
Emma Kroeck 

Hammond School. 
Annie Babka 

Hancock School. 

Margaret T. Corrigan 

Harrison School. 

William B. Hornung 
Lydia K. Eck 
Olive B. Russum 

Haven School. 
Meta Merckle 

Hawthoriie School. 
EdnaBlomgren 
Joseph Bonne foi 

Hayes School. 

Grace E. Wilcox 
Helen M. Gale 
Florence M. Cotton 

Headley School 

Hilda T. Krekel 

Hendricks School. 

Nora M. Mountain 
Bertha B. Fischer 

Henry Clay School. 
Josephine Crane 

Holden School. 
Nellie M. Ellet 
Alice B. Reid 



Horace Mann School. 
Stella M. Trier 

Irving School 

Eloise J. Brittan 
Helen M. Buzzell 
Leila A. White 
Hattie L. Whitcomb 

Irving Park School. 
Hattie Anderson 
Luella M. Stewart 
Frank Johnson 

Jefferson Park School. 
Carrie A. Dietcher 

/. L. Marsh School. 
Albertina Kreivitz 

John Crerar School. 
Belle Neeley 
Ethel A. Holmes 

John Ericsson School. 
William Noone 
Lillian Godbolt 

John McLaren School. 
Susie Bell Browning 
Josephine K. Burns 
Joan P. Chalmers 
Constance R. Cottin 
Margaret E. Curtis 
Josephine Gilmore 
Isadore L. Gross 
Ida Preston 
Leon H. Rosenthal 
Alice M. Shannessy 

/. B. Doolitttle School 
M. Louise Thomas 
Charlotte Johnston 
Henrietta Janss 
May Bloom 
Florence B. Messer 
Eda M. Drew 



Committee on Special Funds. 



165 



Jones School, 

Florence Goldberg 
Charlotte B. Goldberg 

Keith School. 

Mary E. Edwards 
Mary L. Selden 

Kelvyn Grove School. 
Willey Dunning. 

Kenwood School. 

Charlotte D. Smith 
Mary A. Russ 

Kershaw School. 

Emma Bruggeman 
Blanche Dodd 
Zaide Crane 

King School. 

Edith M. Wines 
Mae II. Jinnette 
Elizabeth Edwards 
Hattie Belle Lee 
Rudolph A. Steffeck. 

Knickerbocker School. 
Keith Clark 
Nellie White 

La Salle School. 
Carl E. Baur 

Ada Mossier 

Minnie Weis 

Lawndale School. 

Arthur C Everham 

Lewis School. 

Lora C. Bitner 
Eugene Percy McCowen 
Irma N- Burdette 
Nona L. McQuilkin 
Jessie L. Claus 

Lincoln School. 

Florence Pettigrew 
Edna Wessling 
Jeannette Jukes 
Eleanor Myers 
Roy D. James 



Logan School. 
Edith Salter 
Lillie L. C. Arnold 
John W. Stephenson 
Ingeborg Johnson 

Louis Nettelhorst School. 
Fred Meyer 
Maud Gerry 
Percy Smith 
George H. Gerphide 
Mary E. Hall 

Loivell ScJwol. 

Joseph P. Donovan 

Frances A. McClanathan 

Edna L. Simons 

Rangval M. Westhagen 
Madison Avenue School. 

Martha L. Boos 

Mark Sheridan School. 
John Sullivan 
Rose Noel 

Marquette School. 

Helen Holden 

Walden Shaw 

Roscoe Moon 

Elva Moon 

Florinda Black 

Louis Rosenthal 

Forest Smith 

Herbert Wetherell 
McClellan School. 

John F. Fitzgibbons 

Ellen T. Lynch 

Margaret J. Sullivan 
Moseley School. 

Samuel P. Gerson 

Mary A. Bryant 

Clara A. Lessman 
M. W. Fuller School. 

Harvey Whalen 

Jennie Newell 

Helen Shields 

Elsie Dohrs 



166 



Reports of Standing Committees. 



Newberry School. 

Henry G. Treichel 
Kittie I. Shea 
Anthony J. Feltes 

Norwood Park School. 
Elsa A. Hoffman 

(? Took School. 
Mary Baumel 

Oak Ridge School. 

Ida E. Hierholzer 

Oakland School. 
Nancy Hill 
Mabel Webster 
Margaret W. Crozier 

Ogden School. 
Eva Loeb 
Cora Petrie 
Gertrude Yrooman 
Mabel Keith 
Leo Koretz 
Ellen Newberry 

Parkman School. 
Esther M. Nelson 
Harry Hudson 

Park Manor School. 
Pearl Merriam 

Parkside School. 

Stephen T. Bowen, Jr. 

Phil. Sheridan Scfwol. 
Harry O. Hastings 
Harry E. Price 

Prescott School. 
Nellie McBreen 
Henry Mueller 

Pullman School. 

Lowell E. Erwin 
Richard O'Connor 

Bavenswood School. 

Hattie Oppenheimer 
Walter T. Fishleigh 
Berenice M. Ford 



Baymond School. 
Marion Marx 
Lillian Leary 
Bessie Wilkins 
Kittie Hedglin 

Bogers Park School 

Harry H. B. Witherall 

Bose Hill School. 

Mary E. Donovan 

Byerson School. 
George Dahl 
Hattie L. Berner 

Scammon School. 

Emma Strassberger 
Tillie Lurie 

Sherman School. 
John J. Geddes 

Sherwood School. 

Jeanie C. McKinlay 
Charles E. McBurney 
Charles F. Gridley 

Skinner School. 

Anna H. Frank 
Blanche I- Weeks 
Miriam Parker 
Walter A. Schaaf 
Nellie O'Grady 

South Englewood School. 
Frank R. Martin 

Springer School. 

Margaret G. Bacon 

Sophie Moses 

Frances F. E. Carlstadt 

Taylor School. 
Conrad Larson 
Earl D. Darling 

Thos. Chalmers School 
Rose Schief erstein 
Lizzie J. McAllister 



Committee on Special Fvmds, 



167 



Thos. Hoyne School* 
Mary Shea 
Isabel Brown 
Leila Burton 

Throop School 
Annie J. Brixel 
Evelyn M. Magrady 

Tilden School. 

Bex Mackenzie 
Edith M. Boughton 
Maud Bichards 

lilton School 

Herbert Wiley 
Ida Nelson 
Clara Lange 

Van Vlissingen School 
Mary Madderom 

Von Humboldt Sdwol 
Edward J. Padden 
Inga G. Lindberg 
Henrietta B. Bochlitz 



Walsh School 

Annie I. F. Pigors 
Mary E. Corbett 

Washington School 
Marius Kelson 
Laura A. Hutton 
Charles C. Johnson 
Mathilda Johnson 

W. (7. Ooudy School 
Esca B. Rogers 

Wells School 
Ida Schauer 
Albert Schad 
Elma M. Olson 

Woodlawn School 

Florence Ashcraft 
Mabel Cowling 

Tale School 
Lottie Haaff 

Webster School 
Edith C. Olson 



DEAF MUTE DAY SCHOOLS. 

We respectfully direct attention to the following 
report from the Principal of the Deaf Mute Day Schools. 
The suggestion looking to the establishment of a Central 
School we approve, and we take pleasure in commending 
the work accomplished by this branch of our educational 
system as outlined in the following: 

M. J. Keane, Chairman Committee on Special Funds: 

Sir: — I have the honor to submit my report as 
Principal of the Deaf Mute Day Schools for the school 
year beginning with the month of September, 1893. 



168 Reports of Standing Committees. 

On assuming the duties of the position I found four 
schools located at the Prescott, Wicker Park, Haven 
and old High School buildings. These opened with an 
attendance of about 35. The Haven School was removed 
soon after to the old High School building on the West 
side and consolidated with that. One reason for this step 
was that the disturbance of the Elevated Railway, running 
past the windows of the Haven School, made it impossible 
to teach articulation, which we had fully determined to 
push. Afterward a school was established on the south 
side, located first at the Doolittle, afterward at the 
Melville W. Fuller School. At the beginning of the year 
the schools at the Wicker Park and Prescott buildings were 
in cramped quarters, occupying rooms which were not more 
than good-sized closets. The enlargement of the Wicker 
Park building gave us a convenient room, but the 
pressure at the Prescott is still unrelieved. 

By reference to the report of the Committee on 
Special Funds for the year 1892-93, the importance 
attached to the introduction of articulation will be made 
manifest. Special endeavors were made to further this 
work by employing, in addition to the two who already 
taught it in connection with their other work, two 
teachers of experience who should teach nothing else, 
and by this means every pupil in the four schools has 
had an opportunity to develop whatever ability there 
might be in that line. 



Committee on Special Minds. 169 

Fof mental development the main reliance is on 
writing, dactyllology, and such signs as are needed to 
explain new ideas. It is an error to suppose that pains 
are taken to teach signs. The great object is to teach 
the English language, and to do that we must use what- 
ever will most surely help us. 

In the course of our inquiries we have found several 
cases of pupils with defective utterance, others with 
defective hearing, in attendance upon the public schools. 
These were making very slow progress, or going on 
from one grade to another without proper comprehen- 
sion of their studies, through want of individual instruc- 
tion, which teachers with large numbers of pupils could 
not be expected to give even had they been possessed 
of the special training needful for such work. Our 
success with those whom we have had under instruction 
leads us to hope that we can ultimately render them 
capable of returning to the speaking schools and taking 
up their work intelligibly. 

Referring briefly to the location of our schools, I 
beg to state that the effect is to interfere with regular 
attendance and make grading nearly impossible. It 
seems to nearly every one who has given this matter 
thought, quite plain that the consolidation of these 
schools would be the practical removal of the difficulties 
mentioned. However, this would involve maintaining a 



170 Reports of Standing Committees. • 

dormitory, where such pupils as desired could be taken 
care of from Monday morning till Friday evening. The 
cost of this would seem quite an obstacle ; but it is not 
as great as it appears at first sight. The property at 157 
West Monroe street is large enough for the four schools 
at present, and there is room to enlarge as need arises. 
A house large enough to accommodate all who would 
need to be boarded could be rented within easy walking 
distance for $1,000 or $1,200, and subsistence would not 
involve more than $100 per capita. If this arrangemen 
could be made, 50 per cent, more pupils could be taught 
by the same number of instructors as now employed. If 
there be any legal objection to this plan, it would prob- 
ably be no great task to have it removed by an act of 
the State Legislature. 

By reference to the report of 1887 it will be seen that 
these Day Schools must be sustained by the city of 
Chicago; and as they cannot be given up, it would seem 
that the best means of promoting their efficiency should 
be adopted. 

The attendance upon these schools has increased 
about 33 per cent., making the prospect for 1894-95 
quite bright, but there are still many who ought to be 
in attendance but are not. 

The existence of these schools is not generally known, 
even teachers in the employ of the Board of Education 



Committee on Special Funds. 171 

being occasionally met with who do not know that any- 
such schools are maintained, and pains should be taken 
to keep them advertised by all approved methods. 
Respectfully submitted, 

H. C. Hammond, Principal. 
M. J. Keane, 
Lucy L. Flower, 
George L. Warner, 
P. H. Duggan, 
Robert Lindblom, 

Committee on Special Funds. 



OF 



SUPERVISOR OF EVENING SCHOOLS. 



Thomas Brenan, Esq., Chairman of Committee on School 
Management. 

Dear Sir: — Herewith I respectfully submit my annual 
report as Supervisor of Evening Schools for 1893-4. 

The year has been an unusual one; in enrollment, aver- 
age attendance, etc., it exceeds that of any previous year 
in the history of our evening schools. Our enrollment was 
25 per cent, greater than for last year. Our average 
attendance was 33 per cent, greater and the average attend- 
ance per pupil was 11 per cent, greater. 

The Evening Schools opened October 2, 1893, and con- 
tinued until April 27, 1894. Fifty-one schools were 
opened. Of these, 

One school continued two months. 
Two schools continued three months. 
Three schools continued five months. 
Twenty-three schools continued six months. 
Fourteen schools continued over six and less than seven mos. 
Eight schools continued seven months. 

172 



Report of Superviosr of Evening Schools. 173 

The usual statistics are appended to this report. 
Besides these, I submit two tables which are a summary 
of the work done during the last five years. They show 
the growth of Evening Schools during that time. 



STATEMENT SHOWING THE NUMBER OF AMERICANS AND FOREIGN - 

BORN ATTENDING EVENING SCHOOL FOK THE LAST FIVE 

TEARS. ALSO THE AGES OF PUPILS FOR THE 



For 
Year 


-"Is 
III 


III 

ag,g 


ill 

ills 






i ft s 


1889-90. . . . 

1890-M 

1891-93 

1893-83 

1R93-04 


4.4M 
5,060 
6,473 

7,209 


5.3W 
7.010 
8,481 
9,089 
11,000 


0,430 
7,458 
8,724 
8,18V 
10,301 


1,351 

2,425 
2,310 
3,089 


2,032 
2,821 
3,78+ 
4,048 

n.oos 


3,382 
4,501 
8.209 

U.J01 
B,08B 



This table shows that the number, of foreign-born in 
attendance was 21 per cent, greater than in 1892-93; 30 per 
cent, greater than in 1891-92; 57 per cent, greater than in 
1890-91 and 106 per ceDt. greater than in 1889-90. 

The number over eighteen years of ago was 26 percent, 
greater than for 1892-93; 30 per cent, greater than for 
1891-92; 78 per cent, greater than for 1890-91; and 138 per 
cent, greater than 1889-90. 

These figures show conclusively that the foreign ele- 
ment has awakened to the fact that they cannot hope to 
succeed without knowing our language. The Poles, Greeks, 



174 



Report of Supervisor 



Italians, Assyrians and Armenians — all the diverse nation- 
alities which throng our city — are yearly gaining a clearer 
knowledge of our manners, customs and laws through the 
instrumentality of the Evening Schools.- The Germans, 
Scandinavians and Bohemians have long been awake to the 
privileges thus afforded them. Whatever elevates the 
foundation of society, elevates the superstructure, and we 
make no mistake in opening wide the doors of education 
to everyone. These people are, or soon will be, our citi- 
zens and voters; 8,068 of them are, or soon will be, 21 
years of age. The World's Fair has caused an unexpected 
influx of foreigners to our city ; the exile of the Jews 
from Russia has increased the number. 



8TATEMBNT 8H0WING SUMMARY OF VARIOUS ITBM8 OF INTEREST 

DURING THE LA8T FIVE YEAR8. 



For 

the 

Year 



1889-90. . . 
1890-91... 
1891-92... 
1892-93... 
1893-94... 



o fl 

So 
S 

3 

•ag2 



23,085 
27,917 
29,818 
36,365 
42,917 



• 

e 
© 

a 
1 


umber of 
?8 Attend- 


*age Number 
Evenings At- 
idance for each 
pil Enrolled. 


a 

m 
"5 


3§S 


o 


g£8 


< 


9,827 


393,540 


39.7 


12,060 


472,861 


39.2 


14,933 


58,938 


38.9 


14.530 


585,912 


40.8 


18,269 


823,840 


45.1 



© © © 

So.® 
©a 5-2 

> 08 «m « 



3,506.0 



Total 
Cost. 



$ 68,097 79 



4,238 9 85,827 98 



5,431.8 
5,035.4 
6,738.8 



100,395 70 
111,895 57 
135,730 94 



so 



I 



~* © 

Is 

8^1 «e 



h 



85 79 
7 12 

6 74 

7 70 
7 43 



$17 08 
20 25 
18 52 
22 22 
20 14 



I have previously noted the conclusions from this state- 

■ 

ment. It shows that the enrollment for 1893-94 was 25 
per cent, greater than for the previous year and double that 



of Evening Schools. 175 

of 1889-90; also, that the average attendance per even- 
ing was 33 per cent, greater than for the previous year and 
that the average attendance per pupil was 11 per cent, 
greater than for the year preceding. 

TEACHERS. 

Our teachers are good. In native ability and culture, I 
believe that the average is as high as that of day school 
teachers. The teacher, who stands before a class in even- 
ing school has his hands, his head, and often, his heart, 
full. Hither come all classes ; the boy who has not been 
successful in the day school; the youth who has realized 
too late the grand opportunities which the day school 
offered him and is trying to regain what he has lost; the 
aged colored people to whom slavery and prejudice opened 
no avenue to knowledge; the foreign-born of every nation 
and every clime. Frequently these people of so many 
diverse ages, nationalities and interests, come together in 
one room and then the teacher needs the tact of a diplomat, 
the knowledge of several languages and dialects, the quick- 
est perception of human nature and the broadest sympathy. 

Both teachers and principals have responded earnestly 
to these demands. I believe our principals are put- 
ting as earnest thought upon their evening as upon their 
day schools. They must, for the conditions are more 
exacting. Each year shows an increasing*number of expe- 
rienced teachers in our evening schools. This is largely due 




176 Report of Supervisor 

to the wise action of the Board in increasing the salary of 
experienced teachers. In 1889, we had 69 teachers who 
had taught for three years in evening schools; in 1890, we 
had 105; in 1891, we had 115; in 1892, 116, and in 1893, 
150. During the coming year it is probable that we will 
have over 200 teachers who have taught for three or more 
years. This condition is most gratifying. However well 
equipped a man is at the start, he is a better teacher with 
each succeeding year of experience, if his heart is in the 

work. 

COURSE OF STUDY. 

The course of study is satisfactory. One change has 
been made in it — Typewriting is now studied in connec- 
tion with Stenography in the Evening High Schools, in 
accord with my recommendation of last year. I look for 
good results in this course. The Evening Grammar 
Schools are holding steadfastly to " The three RV\ In the 
two hours which we have for instruction in these schools 
each evening we find time for nothing else. I regret that 
no provision for supplementary reading has been made for 
these schools. I recommended it last year, and at that 
time fully explained the necessity for it. The necessity 
still exists. We are using the Supplementary Readers 
supplied for day schools — this causes double wear of 
the books. At present, this is charged to the day school 
account. In schools where the Principal of the day school 
is also the Principal of the evening school, we do fairly 



of Evening Schools. 177 

well, except that the Committee on Supplies wonder that 
some schools wear out books faster than others. Where 
the Principals of the day and evening schools are not iden- 
tical, there is a mournful acquiescence to the use of these 
books by evening school pupils. I do not think it is quite 
fair to the day school interests, but we must have the 
books. I recommend that the supply of supplementary 
reading be doubled for all buildings which have both day 
and evening schools. 

EXPENSE. 

So far as the Supervisor of Evening Schools is con- 
cerned, this item must be considered generally, rather than 
in detail. He can look only to the best interests of the 
schools, and leave the rest to Providence and the Auditor. 
He fears the Auditor and trusts in Providence. 

The amount expended for Evening Schools grows 
yearly, but not in proportion to the growth of the schools. 
The total expense for the year was $135,730.94. This was 
12 per cent, more than for the previous year, and is chiefly 
due to the increased number of evenings of instruction. 
The total number of evenings of instruction (which means 
the pay of one teacher for one evening) in 1892-93, was 
36,365 ; the total number for 1893-94 was 42,917. This 
shows a gain of 18 per cent, of instruction and an increase 
of 12 per cent, of the cost. 

On the other hand, the cost per pupil on total enroll- 
ment was 27 cents less than for last year, and the cost per 



178 Report of Supervisor 

pupil on average attendance was $2.08 less. The explana- 
tion for this marked decrease in cost per pupil is most 
significant and is due to two causes ; First, the teacher. 

As I have already shown in this report, the teaching 
force is steadily improving ; my constant effort has been 
to improve it. The pupils are the first to see and appreci- 
ate a good teacher. Their attendance is voluntary. They 
say, " if the teacher is good" they will attend. In other 
words, if they realize that they are gaining knowledge, they 
will attend. If the teacher is poor they never protest — 
they leave the school, and the teacher leaves it toe, for 
lack of pupils. They have the advantage of the day 
school pupil whose father says he must attend. I am not 
prepared to say that such caustic remedies should be 
applied to the day schools, but I think a little of it might 
be beneficial. The great increase in our average attendance 
and the consequent decrease in cost on that basis of $2.08 
perjntpil, is largely due to the increased efficiency of our 
teachers. 

The other factor in increased average attendance and 
consequent decrease in cost, is the weather. The weather 
in 1893-94 was not generally severe. If the weather is 
passable, attendance is increased; if severe, it diminishes. 
This is natural and unavoidable — the man who has worked 
all day in rain or sleet will not attend school in the evening. 
He is exhausted — he prefers and needs the comfort of the 
fireside. A "cash girl" who has worn herself out in our 



of Evening Schools. 179 

great stores, or her sister who has worked in poorly venti- 
lated basements upon the garments for which the other 
carries cash, will not brave snow and rain for the privilege 
of evening schools. She should not. She, too, is physically 
exhausted and needs rest, but all such influences reduce 
the average and increase the cost per pupil. 

Our gas bills seem to increase out of proportion to the 
increase of schools and rooms. 1 find that many schools 
are obliged to use gas in the daytime during these dark 
days; also, that a large proportion of the gas used in 
physical laboratories in High Schools, is charged to Even- 
ing Schools. 

There is no adequate means of determining the fuel bill. 
The coal for day and evening schools comes from the same 
pile; there is no means of determining the proportionate 
expense. 

Probably from $1,500 to $2,000 are charged to us 
which belongs to day school account. It makes no especial 
difference since all is expended for education. Where 
economy could be exercised consistently with the purpose 
of the schools, I have exercised it. Our Evening Schools 
are great and growing. They require the best thought of 
the best principals and teachers, and the same interest and 
consideration which they have always received from the 
Committee on School Management. 
Respectfully submitted, 

JAMES H. BRAYTON, 

Supervisor of Evening Schools. 



180 



Repwt of Supervisor 



STATEMENT SHOWING VARIOUS ITEMS OF ATTEND- 



SCHOOLS. 



Eng. High and Man.Tr 
North Division High. . 
South Division High . . 
N.-West Division High 

Bnglewood High 

Lake High 

Pullman High 

South Chicago High.. . 

Agassiz 

Beale 

Bowen 

Brainard 

Brighton 

Burr 

Burroughs 

Calhoun 

Calumet Avenue 

Cornell 

D. 8. Wentworth 

Franklin 

Froebel 

Gailistel 

Garfield 

Hamilton 

Hammond 

Harrison 

Haven 

Hayes 

Hendricks 

Hoffman Avenue 

Holden 

Huron Street 

Lake (Grammar) 

La Salle 

Monteflore 

Newberry 

Newsboys' Home 

OToole 

Parkside 

Polk Street 

Pullman 

Raymond 

Scammon 

Sherwood 

Throop 

Tilden 

Van Vlissingen 

Von Humboldt 

Waifs' Mission 

Walsh 

Wells 

Totals 



cc 

a 
> 

I! 

3 5 



125 
115 
125 
115 
115 
111 
140 
135 
115 
115 
135 
121 
121 
140 
115 

«2 
100 

65 
110 
126 
115 
106 
135 
10H 
135 
115 
130 
116 
116 
115 
115 
115 
111 

82 
115 
115 

90 
114 

39 
135 
140 
125 
126 
120 
135 
115 
120 
125 
160 
115 
135 



5,936 



Date 

of 
Opening 

of 
School. 



Oct. 2, 
Oct. 2, 
Oct. 2, 
Oct. 2, 
Oct. 2, 
Oct. 2, 

Oct. 2, 
Oct. 2, 
Oct. 2, 
Oct. 2, 
Oct. 2, 

Oct. 16, 
Oct. 2, 
Oct. 2, 
Oct. 2, 
Oct. 2, 
Oct. 2, 
Oct. 2, 
Oct. 2, 
Oct. 2, 
Oct. 2, 
Oct. 2, 
Oct. 2, 
Oct. 2, 
Oct. 2, 
Oct. 2, 
Oct. 2, 
Oct. 2, 
Oct. 2, 
( ret. 2, 
Oct. 2, 
Oct. 2, 
Oct. 2, 
Oct. 2, 
Oct. 2, 
Oct. 2, 
Oct. 2, 
Oct.. 2, 
Oct. 2, 
Oct. 2. 
Oct. 2, 
Oct. 2, 
Oct. 2, 
Oct. 2. 
Oct. 2, 
Oct. 2. 
Oct. 2, 

Sept. 1, 
Oct. 2, 
Oct. 2, 



1893 
1893 
1803 
1893 
1893 
1898 
1893 
1893 
1893 
1893 
1893 
1893 
1893 
1893 
1893 
1893 
1893 
1893 
1893 
1893 
1893 
1893 
1893 
1893 
1893 
1893 
1893 
1893 
1893 
1893 
1S93 
1893 
1893 
1893 
1893 
1893 
1893 
1893 
1893 
1893 
1893 
1893 
1893 
1893 
1893 
1893 
1893 
1893 
1X93 
1893 
1893 



Date 

of 
Closing 

of 
School. 



Apr. 

Mar. 

Apr. 

Mar. 

Mar. 

Mar. 

Apr. 

Apr. 

Mar. 

Mar. 

Apr. 

Apr. 

Apr. 

Apr. 

Apr. 

Jan. 

Mar. 

Jan. 

Mar. 

i Apr. 

Mar. 

Mar. 

Apr. 

Mar. 

Apr. 

Mar. 

Apr. 

Mar. 

Mar. 

Mar. 

Mar. 

Mar. 

Mar. 

Feb. 

Mar. 

Mar. 

Mar. 

Mar. 

Nov. 

Apr. 

Apr. 

Apr. 

Api*. 

Apr. 

Apr. 

Mar. 

Mar. 

Apr. 

Apr. 

Mar. 

Apr. 



13,1894 
30,1894 

6,1894 
30,1894 
30,1894 
30,1894 
27,1894 
27,1894 
30,1894 
23,1894 
27,1894 
13,1894 
20,1894 
27,1894 
30,1894 
12,1894 

2,1894 
12,1894 
30,1894 
16,1894 
30,1894 
16, 1894 
27, 1894 

9,1894 
20,1894 
30,1894 
20,1894 
30,1894 
30,1894 
30,1894 
30,1894 
30,1894 
30, 1894 

9,1894 
30,1894 
30,1894 
30,1894 
30,1894 
24,1893 
20,1894 
27,1894 
13, 1894 
13,1894 

6,1894 
27, 1894 
30,1894 
30,1894 
13,1894 
27,1894 
30,1894 
27,1894 



Teachers. 



*s 



11 

9 
7 
8 
6 
3 
5 
4 
9 
7 
6 
9 
6 

10 
4 
5 
6 
5 
5 

16 

11 
3 

19 
H 

10 
8 
7 
!> 

7 
6 

9 

10 

4 

6 
10 
11 

I 

8 

5 

9 

10 

7 

7 

#* 

20 
6 

11 
9 
2 

14 

17 



410 



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So 

SO 



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S 

H 



c 
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« 

2 

*» 

CO 

a 



1,302 
962 
778 
916 
614 
312 
564 
560 
890 
611 
700 
927 
651 

1,408 
838 
270 
437 
255 
514 

1.681 

1,219 
299 

2,3H3 
420 

1,181 
857 
871 
807 
799 
698 
879 
997 
317 
370 
962 

1,034 

94 

820 

145 

1,121 

1,074 
875 
696 
849 

2,516 
584 

1,124 

1,045 
316 
959 

1,982 



42,917 



Total 
Enrollment. 





• 




& 


• 

2 


s 


350 


126 


300 


139 


240 


137 


264 


94 


188 


69 


47 


26 


114 


25 


96 


88 


319 


85 


186 


56 


194 


78 


224 


66 


276 


63 


478 


122 


126 


19 


87 


17 


156 


47 


77 


24 


161 


37 


537 


161 


376 


94 


122 


8 


673 


471 


228 


48 


364 


97 


331 


58 


278 


83 


246 


88 


228 


53 


328 


90 


379 


87 


248 


45 


152 


11 


126 


37 


283 


45 


292 


66 


to 
386 


34 


60 


14 


517 


149 


349 


86 


253 


86 


183 


75 


. 231 


60 


715 


205 


181 


85 


395 


107 


404 


105 


251 




372 


65 


871 


188 


14,200 


4,069 



I 



476 
489 
877 
858 
207 

78 
189 
184 
404 
242 
272 
290 
889 
600 
146 
104 
208 
101 
198 
698 
470 
180 
1444 
276 
461 
889 
856 
884 
281 
418 
466 
298 
168 
168 
828 
868 

78 
370 

64 
666 
485 
889 
258 
291 
920 
266 
502 
609 
251 
437 
1,069 



18,269 



of Evening Schools. 
ANCE AT EACH OF THE EVENING SCHOOLS. 



Total Number of 
Evenings Attendance. 


Average Number 

Evenings Attendance 

Tor each Pupil 

Enrolled. 


Average AltendaDoe 

per Evening for the 

Entire Session. 


Certificates 


1 


1 
I 


1 




1 

1 


1 


1 


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1 


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a 


fi 


M 


6.U3U 


24.675 


50 


1 HO 


51.0 


141.1 


.55.5 


196.6 


124 


40 


170 


' 




20.626 




4 46.1 


41.0 


123 





55.8 


179.4 


50 


83 


118 


Si 


6,113 


17,715 


48 


4 44.8 


41.0 


98 





48.9 


141. 9 




31) 




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4,51(1 


1B.1J1 


57 


8 48.0 


66.8 


132 


7 


30.2 




138 


35 


111 




Mil 


0,618 


47 


7 42.7 


48.1 


67 


3 


25 8 


82.0 


52 


30 




ffl 


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8,808 




5 41.3 


45.8 


20 




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21 




1,(138 


8.141 


55 


4 73.1 


58.8 


45 




13.1 


68.2 


47 


16 


82 


18 


1.804 


8.678 


70 


5 47.5 


61.0 






13.4 


81.6 


49 




01 


13 


3,479 


16.118 


38 


4 40.9 


88.0 


106 




30.il 


138.9 


59 


20 


7> 


30 


l.Ki 


8,861 


39 


8 85.7 


80. a 


64 


4 


12 8 


77.0 




10 


54 


-« 


4,070 


17.056 


7(1 


V 33.3 




101 


6 


30. B 


180.8 


67 


26 


01 


fl 


- 


1 J ,68» 


51 


6 40.8 


60.4 


M 


6 


255 


121.0 


73 


21 


04 


n 


2,454 


***M 




5 890 


40.3 


93 




203 


118. 8 


29 


11 




17 


5.8*4 


11 




1 48.2 


48.1 




1 


42.0 


200.1 


128 


31 


150 


10 


349 


II 




4 44.7 


H4.0 


an 


6 


7.4 


44.0 


IS 




28 




MS 


10 


■ a 


9 30.0 


18.2 


47 


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8.3 


65.(1 










1.630 


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30 


34. 7 


10.9 


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18.3 


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M 




88.3 


43 


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12.9 


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1,502 


11 


37 


4 42.2 


88.8 


64 




14.2 


80.0 


'si 




"■a 


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T,:«n 


II 


si 


1 46.4 


49.8 


217 




68.0 






38 


184 




i,I«T 


14 


60 


1 60.4 


58.4 


Mi 




41.2 


218.8 


174 


23 


117 


7.'. 


126 


HI 


41 


6 15.8 


40.0 


47 




1.2 


49.1 


30 




10 


II) 


ffl,WS 


IS 


M 


8 48.6 


48.5 


212 




169.3 


111.8 


113 


78 


101 


:■■ 






22 


7 20.4 


£2.8 


61 


f 




81.4 








18 


4.9i a 


IS 


t* 


2 60.8 


48.7 


130 




38'4 


180.5 


71 


34 


'iii 


9S 


3,467 


at 


m 


( 48.9 


40.8 


lid 




21.8 


188.1 






00 


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4.209 


M 


40 


9 SO. 7 


41.2 


86 




S2.4 


118. 4 


58 


24 


82 


25 


3,084 


n 


H7 


9 95 


31.2 






26 8 


107.0 


60 


20 


80 


10 


2,«rs 




47 


49.7 


47. ft 


K 


u 


22.7 


114.7 


80 


14 


04 


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a .as* 


14 


2i 


8 24.7 


27.8 


ai 


6 


19.4 


101.0 


59 


10 


00 


73 


a-.»i8 






4 33.5 


38.6 


123 


2 


25.3 


148.6 


76 




85 


H 


3. 1 15S 


..„21 


52 


3 59.0 


58.8 


m.t 




186.8 


40 


e 


45 


83 


an 


6,450 


33 


8 35.7 


31.5 


45 


s.i 


40.1 


18 




18 


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1,063 


4,848 


at 


US. 8 


20.3 


48.1 




50.1 


16 




10 


23 




18,310 




48.8 


56.9 


140 




ia!i 


160.3 


107 






94 


iiieo 


1 7.1S 4 


48 


8 44.3 


48 


128 


5 


26.5 


140.0 


58 






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2,504 


34 


a 


14.3 


27 


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27.8 


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68 


1,189 


14,056 
1,0117 


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3 36.0 
8 11.1 


18.0 


112 


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10.4 
4.0 


111.8 

28.2 


30 


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40 


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4.651 




41 


4 31.2 


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6 


34.5 


111.0 


iii 


83 


172 


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e*;i47 


50 


8 53.8 


50.0 


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33.0 


158.2 


106 


32 


188 




4.194 


18,578 


48 


9 44.8 


48.0 


99 


1 




182.7 


54 


22 


76 


60 


2,833 


11,60* 




5 35.1 


44.8 


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BQ.B 


01.1 


41 


14 




;a 


3.10a 


14.470 


m 


8 53.2 


49.7 






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120.0 


74 


14 


88 


35 


MUM 


88.989 


66 


2 81.2 


09.5 


350 


5 


133.4 


474.0 


258 


88 




!i4 


2.199 


1,781 


a 




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46 




21.7 


61.7 


40 


SO 


oo 


DO 


4.369 


22.069 


44 


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36.4 


133.0 


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18 


124 




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18, 1148 


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10.828 


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8.687 


44,251 


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41.8 


203.8 


84.0 


■27.8 


205 


44 


249 


639.379 


184,481 


828 ,8 40 


45 


46.S 


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1,491.8 


8,788.8 


8.398 


1,022 


4.420 



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HIGH SCHOOLS. 



EXPENDITURES ON ACCOUNT OF HIGH SCHOOLS DURING THE 

SCHOOL YEAR 1893-94. 



HIGH SCHOOLS. 



North Division 

South Division 

West Division 

North-West Division .... 

Englewood 

Hyde Park 

Jefferson 

Lake 

Lake View 

South Chicago 

Calumet 

Eng. High & Man. Tr'n'g 

Totals 



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7070 
1,346.9 
409.6 
549.8 
590.8 
131.6 
193.2 
442.2 
138.4 
99.2 
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38,140 67 
53,374 33 
20,036 00 
31,282 00 
31,887 50 
11,074 00 
14,906 00 
24,716 00 
11,656 60 
7,088 90 
21,948 00 



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38.89 
48.91 
56.90 
53.97 
84.15 
77.15 
65.89 
84.22 
71.46 
92.96 



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83,123 66 

4,136 32 

7,869 20 

2,395 71 

3,222 03 

3,423 88 

765 98 

1,134 12 

2,577 65 

799 32 

584 57 

5,373 92 



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830,860 91 
42,276 99 
60,243 53 
22,431 71 
34,504 03 
35,311 38 
11,839 98 
16,040 12 
27,293 65 
12,455 92 
7,673 47 
27,321 92 



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44.73 
54.76 
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59.77 
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90.00 
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115.72 



860.99 



Appendix. 



207 



BUILDINGS RENTED FOR THE RELIEF OF VARIOUS SCHOOLS. 

SCHOOL YEAR ENDING JUNE 30, 1894. 
NORTH DIVISION. 



Belief of 


Of Whom Leased. 


Location. 


Lease 
Expires. 


f 

M'thly 
Rental. 


Pupils Ac- 
com 'dated. 


Hawthorne. 
Lake View No. 5. 
Lake View No. 5. 
Lake View No. 5. 
Lincoln. 
Prescott. 


C. W. Lasher. 

W acker & Birk 

Brg. Co. 
L. L. Oilman. 

Dorothea M. Rod- 

her. 
B. C. Miller and 

Grander Smith. 
Henry Van Ingren. 


N. Clark, near Bosooe 

Street 
401 Melrose Street. 

S. E. cor. Melrose and 

Wolcott Streets. 
N. E. cor. Boscoe and 

Robey Streets. 
Lincoln and Bel den 

Avenues. 
N.W. cor. Wrightwood 

and Ashland Avs. 


April 30, '95. 
June 30, '95. 
June 30, '95. 
June 30, '94. 
April 30, '95. 
June 30, '95. 


$100 00 
40 00 
30 00 
30 00 
65 00 
50 00 


328 

* 

► 226 

175 
218 




315 00' 


947 



SOUTH DIVISION. 



Beale— Br. 
Beale—Br. 
Beale— Br. 
Beale—Br. 

Beale—Br. 
Beale—Br. 

Burnside. 

Burroughs. 

Carter. 
Cornell— Br. 

Cornell— Br. 

Doran— Br. 

Doran— Br. 

Doran— Br. 

Doran— Br. 

Doran— Br. 

D. S. Wentworth. 
Everett. 

Fern wood. 
Fifty-fourth St. 
Fulton— Br. 
Fulton— Br. 

Fulton— Br. 

Harrison. 

Harrison. 



Buell D. Crane. 
J as. L. Swan. 
Jas. IT. Borden. 
Samuel K. Berger. 

Carl A. Siebert. 
Home Bldg & Loan 

Association. 
Jno. W. Lindell. 

Sarah M. Baker. 

I. J. Rice. 
Patrick Connelly, 

§er Francis T. 
u Hi van, Ex. 
Grace B. Sheldon. 

John McCaffrey. 

Rich'd Waterman 

Louis M. Greeley, 

Receiver. 
Trustees Clarkd'le 

M. E. Church. 
Wallace G. Clark 

&Co. 
John J. O'Neill. 
Trustees of Beth- 
any Baptist C'h. 
Gillette Hall Co. 
Frank Mackert. 
Arnold Sommer. 
C. H. Eulette & 

Co., Agents. 
A. A. Tripper & 

Bond Co., Agts. 
E. G. Keith and 

W. A. Fuller. 
M. L. Pearce, Agt. 



6028 Center Avenue. 
5544 So. Halsted St. 
1169 59th Street. 
N. E. cor. Aberdeen 

and 61st Streets. 
1213 61st Street. 
6023 Aberdeen Street. 

89th St. and Cottage 
Grove Avenue. 

N. W. cor. 39th Street 
and Hart Avenue. 

204-206 59th Street. 

N. W. cor. Greenwood 
Avenue and 78th St. 

N. E. cor. 78th St. and 
Cottage Grove A v. 

71st Sireet and Grand 
Trunk Crossing. 

N. E. cor. Turner Av. 
and 52d Street. 

Central P'k and Pali- 
sade Avenues. 

Mowry Avenue and 
83d Place. 

83d Place near the 
above. 

951 and 3 71st Street. 

Hoyne Av. between 
a5th and 36th Sts. 

Gillette Hall. 

5645 Cottage Gr'e Av. 

5238 Asbland Avenue. 

Ashland Avenue and 
55th Street. 

N. W. cor. Justin and 
51st Street. 

2050 Archer Avenue. 

2338-2340 Wentworth 
Avenue. 



June 30, 
June 30, 
June 30, 
June 30, 


'94. 
'94. 
'94. 
'95. 


22 50 
55 00 
20 00 
20 00 


June 30, 
June 30, 


'95. 
*95. 


15 00 
60 00 


June 30, 


'94. 


35 00 


June 30, 


'95. 


50 00 

• 


June 30, 
June 30, 


'94. 
'94. 


50 00 
30 00 


June 30, 


'95. 


100 00 


June 30, 


'94. 


25 00 


June 30, 


'95. 


25 00 


June 30, 


'94. 


30 00 


June 30, 


'95. 


18 00 


June 30, 


'95. 


937 


June 30, 
June 30, 


'95. 
'95. 


40 00 
50 00 


June 30, 
May 1, 
June 30, 
June 30, 


'95. 
'95. 
'95. 
'95. 


30 00 
55 00 
30 00 
50 00 


April 30, 


'95. 


50 00 


June 30, 


'95. 


60 00 


June 30, 


'95. 


75 00 



44 
54 
92 

\ 185 



y 184 



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87 
136 

81 
50 

415 



305 



208 



Public Schools. 



SOUTH DIVISION— Continued. 



Belief of 



Of Whom Leased. 



Healy. 

Madison Avenue. 
Mark Sheridan. 

McClcllan— Br. 
McClellan— Br. 

O'Toole— Br. 
O'Toole— Br. 
O'Toole— Br. 
O'Toole— Br. 
O'Toole— Br. 

O'Toole— Br. 
Park Manor— Br. 



Park Manor— Br. 

Pullman (Car met) 

8canlan— Br. 

80. Englewood. 
Taylor. 
Woodlawn— Br. 

Woodlawn— Br. 



Location. 



Lease 
Expires. 



Simon Greene- 

baum. 
Geo. M. Stevens. 
P. Leonard, per 

W. H. Barnes. 
Rush E. Evans. 
Annie Fitzslm 

mons. 
Mary Daly. 
Joseph Fukey. 
Geo. Montgomery . 
Wm. Frink. 
Frank R. Metzin- 

ger. 
Barbara Wolf. 
Louis C. Bicknell. 



L. A. McDonald. 

Pullman Palace 

Car Co. 
A. Scollay's heirs 

at law. 
Ed. H. Martin. 
F. W. Zuckerman. 
Albertina Trep- 

tow. 
Fred. W. Green. 



N. W. cor. Wallace 

and 33d Streets. 
7900 Cbauocey Av. 
211-213 23d Place. 

150 36th Street. 
737 35th Street. 

1549 47th Street. 
1558 47th Street. 
4739 Bishop Street. 
4741 Cook Street. 
4733 Bishop Street. 

1547 47th Street. 

71st St. between Lanjr- 

ley and Champlain 

Avenues. 
6565-6567 So. Chicago 

Avenue. 
Pullman. 

Clark and 117th Sts. 

85i h and Green 8ts. 
KjODMOQOB Ewlng Av. 
6330 McChesney Av. 

6500-6502 Woodlawn 
Avenue. 



June 30, '95. 

June 30, '94. 
June 80, '95. 



June 
June 

June 
June 
June 
June 
June 

June 
June 



30, '95. 
30, '95. 

30, |94. 
30, 94. 
30, '94 
30, *94. 

30, 94. 

•JU, ifx. 



June 30, '94. 



June 30, '95. 

June 30, '95. 
June 30, '94. 
June 30, '95. 

Mch. 30, '95. 



Total. 



M'thly 
Rental. 



$70 00 

30 00 
85 00 

25 00 
25 00 

30 00 

25 00 
15 00 
20 00 

26 00 

30 00 
20 00 



50 00 

566 61 

26 00 

12 00 

100 00 

30 00 

210 00 



Pupils Ao- 
coni'dated. 



103 



101 



106 



j- 329 



2,H49 48 



I- 195 
J 
1,050 
91 



f 



42 
260 

506 



4,734 



WEST DIVISION, SOUTH OF K1NZIE STREET. 



Brainard— Br. 
Brainard— Br. 
Calhoun— Br. 

Calhoun— Br. 

Calhoun— Br. 
Calhoun— Br. 

Central Park— Br. 

Central Park— Br. 
Cooper. 
Garfield -Br. 
Gartteld— Br. 
Law nd ale— Br. 
Lawndale— Br. 
Lawn dale— Br. 

Lawndale— Br. 

Longfellow— Br. 
Lon gf ellow— Br . 
S. Halsted St— Br. 
S. Halsted St -Br. 



S. Halsted St— Br. 
S. Halsted St— Br. 
Sumner. 



The*. Chalmers— Br. 
Thos. Chalmers — Br. 



Alexander Gill. 
John Gradt. 
Herman A. Koch 

and L. Scbrantz. 
Edwin J. Bowes, 
• Jr. & Bros. 
Geo. J. Titus. 
Hugh W. Jones, 

oerR.G. Wilson. 
Will C. and CheB 

ter C. Dodge. 
Robert Bantz. 
Anton Axsmith. 
Jacob Pfeiffer. 
Margaret Howe. 
Joseph Shima. 
John Novak. 
H. H. Tebbetts. 

Horace R. H ughes. 

Lena Hitlers. 
Margaret M. Kean. 
Est. ol J. V. Clark. 
Anna A.Houlahan 

and Elizabeth T. 

Storen. 
Peter Fitzgerald. 
Frank Mayr. 
Mattie T. Mace. 



Otis W. Johnson. 
S. R. Martin, Agt. 



1050 W. 12th Street. 
976-978 W. 12th 8treet. 
1226-1228 W. Madison 

Street. 
460-462 Colorado Av. 

1460 W. Madison St. 
225 California Av. 

1383 W. Lake Street. 

1680 W.Lake Street. 
t>71 So. Ashland Av. 
195 Brown Street. 
198 Brown Street. 
1 174 Albany Avenue. 
Kedzie and 23d Sts. 
1093-1095 Central Park 

Avenue. 
31st St. between 40th 

Place and 41st St. 
502 Blue Island A v. 
506 Blue Island Av. 
6H0-696 So. Halsted St. 
Halsted St. and Evans 

C't. 

168 West 18th Street. 
155 West 18th Street. 
Lots 1, 2, 3, 4 of the W. 

H, S. W. J4 of Sec. 

15-39-13. 
12th and Hull Streets. 
1395 W. 12th Street. 



June 30, '95. 
April 80, '95. 
June 30, '95. 

June 30, '95. 

June 30, '95. 
June 30, '95. 

June 30, '95. 



April 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 



80, '95. 
30, '95. 
30/95. 
30, ]95. 

tfU, jt4. 
•jU, »*4. 

30, '95. 



June 30, '95. 

June 30, '95. 
June 30, '95. 
April 30, '95. 
April 30, '95. 



April 30, '95. 
April 30, '95. 
June 30, '95. 



June 30, '95. 
June 30, '95. 



80 00 
75 00 
75 00 


65 00 


60 00 
45 00 


40 00 


25 00 
50 00 
40 00 
25 00 
25 00 
25 00 
40 00 


30 00 


30 00 

50 00 

260 00 

85 00 


45 00 
30 00 
40 00 


120 00 
35 00 



[ 865 
• 499 



I 



135 

74 

154 



170 



231 



y 517 

51 
266 



Appendix. 



209 



WEST DIVISION, 80UTH OF KINZIB STRBBT— Continued. 



Relief of 


Of Whom Leased. 


Location. 


Lease 
Expires. 


M'thly 
Rental. 


Pupils Ac- 
com'dat ed 


Tllton-Br. 

Tilton— Br. 
Tilton— Br. 
Tilton— Br. 
TUton— Br. 

Tilton— Br. 


J no. M. Scanlan,by 
J. T. Sutor, Agt. 
Butler Lowry. 
Frank Blazek. 
John M. Scan Ian. 
Otto Sobultheis. 

Anton Sule. 


4005 W. Harrison St. 

42d8t.nr.W O.R.R. trades. 
8. 1, cor. 41st PI. and 14th 8t. 
4007 Harrison Street. 
Maler Street near W. 

48th Street. 
1304 41st Street. 


June 30, '94. 

June 30, '94. 
J une 30, '94. 
June 30, '94. 
June 80, '94. 

June 30, '94 


$40 00 

30 00 
30 00 
40 00 
20 00 

15 00 


- 487 




1.570 00 


2,929 



WEST DIVISION, NORTH OF KINZIE STREET. 



Amerson— Br. 
Amerson— Br. 
Andersen— Br. 

Avondale— Br. 

Avondale— Br. 

Avondale— Br. 

Avondale— Br. 

Avondale— Br. 
Avondale— Br. 
Boulevard. 

Burr— Br. 

Burr— Br. 

Columbus— Br. 

Hoffman Av.— Br. 
Hoffman A v. —Br. 
Humboldt— Br. 
Humboldt— Br. 
Irving Park— Br. 
Kelvyn Gr.— Br. 
Kelvyn Gr.— Br. 

Kelvyn Gr.— Br. 

Kelvyn Gr.— Br. 

La Fayette. 
Logan. 
Pacific— Br. 

Pacific— Br. 

Pacific— Br. 

Von Humboldt. 
Wells. 

William Av. 

Total , 



Thos. J. Higgins. 
Mary Peterson. 
Halvor Michel son 

Jno. A. & Andrew 

Bolander. 
Wm. T. Huenlng 

Ole Welde. 

A. J. Stockboff. 

Rufus Thompson. 
John Oik. 
Jacob H. Hepp. 

Joseph Zablockl. 

Albert Witt. 

Trustees of St. 
John's Church, 

Agnete Thompson 

H. O. Stone & Co., 
Agls. 

St. Luke's Hos- 
pital. 

Elizabeth Mc 
Kinnell. 

Wm. T. Stockwell. 

Richard Water- 
man. 
C. H. Stead. 



E. M. Keeney. 

Cassius C. Clark 
I and E. D. Seaton 
C. W. Anderson. 
I Prank O Wakely. 
Simon Wiinau. 

I Marie Cap. 

Joseph Demling. 

Neils Peterson. 
Tobias Weinshen 

ker 
B. 8. Whltton. 



4847 W. Lake Street. 

2389 Ohio Street. 

Park Ave. near Lin- 
coln Street. 

Kedzie Avenue near 
Belmont. 

Belmont Avenue near 
California. 

Garden and' Dawson 
Avenues. 

Belmont A venue near 
Byrne Avenue. 

1054 Diversey Avenue 

298 W. Belmont Ave. 

Armitage Ave. and 
Humboldt Boul. 

Wabansia Ave. and 
Girard St. 

Wabansia Ave. and 
Girard St. 

Washtenaw Ave., bet 
Jowa and Augusta 
Streets. 

Rendsburg& Shakes- 
peare Streets. 

1209-21 N, Western Av. 

925 California Ave. 

927 California Ave. 

Hunting Avenue near 

Holcomb Avenue. 
Lot 6, Block 1, 34-40-13 

Grand Avenue, bet. 

Waller and Leyden 

Streets. 
Armitage Ave., bet. 

Tripp and Keeny 

Avenues. 
Cor. Grand and Say re 

A ve n ues 
981 W. Division Street 
1200 & 1202 Oakley Av. 
Armitage Koad and 

Delamater Place. 
Wabansia Ave. and 

Hancock Street. 
Delamater and Arm- 
itage Avenue. 
777 Tall man Avenue. 
328 N. Ashland Ave. 

William A venue near 
Tinkham Ave. 



June 30, *95. 
June 30, '95. 
June 30, '94. 

June 30, '95. 

June 30, '95. 

June 30, '95. 

June 30, '95. 

June 30, '95. 
June 30, '95. 
June 30, '95. 

June 30, '94. 

June 30, '94. 

June 30, *94. 

June 80, '96. 
June 80, '95. 
June 90, '95. 
June 80, *95. 
June 80, '95. 
June 80, '95. 
June 30, '94. 

June 30, '95. 

June 80, '95. 

June 90, '95. 
June 30, '95. 
June 30, '95. 

June 80, '94. 

June 30, '95. 

Oct. 15, '95. 
April 90, '95. 

June 90, '95. 



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40 00 

20 00 

20 00 

20 00 

20 00 

20 00 

220 83 

75 00 

80 00 

20 00 

55 00 
245 00 
40 00 
20 00 
20 00 
30 00 
20 00 

20 00 

29 16 

80 00 
65 00 
68 00 

20 00 

90 00 

100 00 
25 00 

30 00 
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300 



930 

355 

50 

569 

159 

48 



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93 

108 



261 



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56 

107 
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216 



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NUMBER ATTENDING OTHER THAN PUBLIC SCHOOLS. 





Kindergarten. 


Private. 


DIVISIONS. 


Teach's 


Pupils. 


Teach's. 




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46 
119 
144 
35 
39 


560 
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51 
203 
167 
45 
53 


82 
124 

86 
257 
311 

80 

92 










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345 


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16 


8ixth Ward 

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4 




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190 


380 


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1 


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6 
12 

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112 

94 


20 

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120 

157 


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232 

131 


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70 


9 


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306 


61 
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154 


142 


296 




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1 


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58 
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15 


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37 
15 
47 
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18 


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60 
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27 


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55 

298 
90 


100 
360 
111 


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310 

• - • • • 


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280 


547 




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5 
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35 
20 


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28 


74 
72 
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13 

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95 


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180 


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Twenty-fifth Ward.. 
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364 

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201 

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2,255 


2,663 


2,385 

2,385 
3,212 


2 594 


459 








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School Census of 1892 ~. . 


1.456 
2,183 


2. 195 
2,785 


2.6«3 
4,066 


2,694 
3,363 


4.520 
6.182 


459 
393 



Appendix. 



217 



NUMBER ATTENDING OTHER THAN PUBLIC SCHOOLS— Continued. 





Church or Parochial. 


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DIVISIONS. 


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97 

1,185 


168 

201 

1,165 


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298 
2,350 


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615 

563 
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5,236 
676 

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683 

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26 
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596 
2,148 

155 

413 
1,061 

373 

1.797 

2,191 

884 

1,726 

850 

626 

532 

685 

1,263 

2.378 

362 

512 

279 

539 

936 
896 
352 
743 
65 
179 
1,716 
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1,260 
2.201 

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660 
1,237 

332 

1,809 

1,659 

2231 

1,631 

763 

667 

646 

919 

1,137 

2,466 

442 

440 

1,337 

455 

640 
849 
275 
387 
710 
162 
1,562 
322 

31,921 


2,333 
4,219 
1.214 
4,178 

343 
1,073 
2,292 

705 

3.606 

3,850 

3.115 

3,357 

1,606 

1,293 

1,156 

1.604 

2,400 

4,844 

804 

952 

1,615 

994 

1.576 
1,745 

627 
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625 

331 
3,278 

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6 


4 

7 


12 
38 


21 
71 


92 
351 


78 
354 


35 

68 


Thirty-fourth Ward. 
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201 
9 


18 

24 


613 

380 


233 
390 


145 
735 


701 
35 


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7 
22 


22 

28 


5 

22 


284 
56 


70 
160 


102 
96 


252 
120 


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2 




70 


— 


70 




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1 


6 
43 


3 
20 


400 
573 


200 
150 


400 
413 


200 
240 
















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Twenty -second W'd. 
Twentv-thlrd Ward. 




6 


6 
2 


141 


177 

4 


147 
5 


171 
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Twenty-fifth Ward . . 
Twenty-sixth Ward . 
Twenty-seventh W'd 


150 

3 

339 

329 
4i3 


2 
1 


3 
3 
2 


• .... 

73 


114 
30 
34 


76 

• • • • 

104 


38 

30 

8 


550 

550 
264 


281 

281 
107 










Totals 


29,303 


60,523 


8,193 


7,426 

7.426 
3,654 


9,477 


4,972 






School Census of 1894 

School Census of 1892 . . . 


29,303 
24,694 


31,921 

26,748 


60,523 
51,019 


8,1 9^ 
5,617 


9,477 

4,760 


4972 
4,511 



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220 



Public Schools 



TOTAL POPULATION OF THE CITY OF CHICAGO. 
From Its Incorporation in 1837, to April, 1894. 



MAYOR. 



William B. Ogden 

Alexander Lloyd 

Augustus Garrett 

Augustus Garrett 

John P. Chapin 

James Curtiss 

James H. Woodworth — 
James H. Woodworth — 

James Curtiss 

Charles M. Gray 

Levi D. Boone 

Thomas Dyer 

John Wentworth 

Francis Q. 8herman 

Francis C. Sherman 

John B. Rice 

John B Rice 

John B. Rice 

Roswell B. Mason 

Joseph M^dill 

Harvey D. Colvin 

Monroe Heath 

Monroe Heath 

Carter H. Harrison 

Carter H. Harrison 

Carter H. Harrison 

Carter H. Harrison 

John A. Roche 

DeWitt C. Cregier 

Hempstead Washburne.. 
Carter H. Harrison, assas 
•John P.Hopkins 



Year. 



July. 
July, 
July, 
July, 
Sept, 
Oct., 
Sept., 
Aug., 
Aug., 
Dec, 
June, 
Aug., 
Aug., 
Oct., 
Oct., 
Oct., 
Oct., 
Oct., 
Aug., 
Oct., 
Oct, 
Oct., 
Oct., 
June, 
June, 
May, 
May, 
May, 
May, 
May. 
einated 
April, 



1837. 
1840. 
1843. 
1845. 
1846. 
1847. 
1848. 
1849. 
1850. 
1853. 
1&55. 
1856. 
1860. 
1862. 
1864. 
1865. 
1866. 
1868. 
1870. 
1872. 
1874. 
1876. 
1878. 
1880. 
1882. 
1884. 
1886. 
1888. 
1890. 
1892. 
Oct.28, 
1894. 



Census 
Taken By 



City. 

United States. 
City. 
State. 
City. 
City. 
City. 
City. 

United States. 
City. 
State. 
City. 

United States. 
City. 
City. 
State. 
City. 
City. 

United States. 
City. 
City. 
City. 
City. 
City. 
City. 
City. 
City. 
City. 
Ciiy. 
City. 
1894. 
Hty. 



Popula- 
tion. 



4,170 

4,479 

7,680 

12,088 

14,169 

16.850 

20,(63 

23.047 

29.963 

59,130 

80,000 

84.113 

109.206 

138,186 

169,353 

178,492 

2« 0,418 

25-\054 

306,(506 

367.396 

395.408 

407,661 

436.731 

491,516 

560.693 

629,985 

703,817 

802,651 

1,208,619 

1,438,010 

1,567,657 



Total 

Under 21 

Yrs of age. 



153,334 
174,549 
184,499 
201,709 
219,622 
241.693 
263,111 
288,202 
322,454 
473,234 
542,161 

658,360 



♦Chosen to fill Mr. Harrison's unexpired term. 

POPULATION OF THE CITY BY DIVISIONS. 
From December, 1853, to April, 1894. 



YEAR. 


North 


South 


West 


Total 


Division. 


Division. 


Division. 


Population. 


December, 1853 .... 


17.859 


26,592 


14 679 


59,130 


August, 1856 


25.524 


30,339 


28,250 


84.113 




a5.523 


45,470 


57,193 


138,186 


October, 1864 


38.923 


56,955 


73.475 


169,353 


October, 1866 


50.924 


58,755 


90.739 


20(1,418 


October, 1868 


62,546 


71,073 


118,435 


252,054 


August, 1870 


70,354 


86,471 


149,780 


306,605 


October, 1872 


64.556 


88.496 


214,344 


367,396 


October, 1874 


77.763 


96,771 


220,874 


395,408 


October, 1876 


80,348 


104.768 


222.545 


407,661 


Ociober, 1878 


88.(109 


111,116 


237.6- 6 


436.731 


June. 1880 


9W.513 
112,358 
128,490 
138,533 


122,(132 
135.648 
149.564 
1?2,*79 


269,971 
312,687 
351.931 
392,905 


491,516 


June, 1*82 


5t$0,693 


Mav. 1884 


629.985 


May, 1886 


703,817 


Mav, 1888 


154,220 
238,764 


194.164 
413,9 2 


45i.267 
555,983 


802.651 


May, 18M0 


1.208,669 


May. 1892 


276.846 


515,736 


645,428 


1,438,010 


April, 1694 


308,212 


562,980 


696,535 


1,567,727 







VALUATION OF REAL ESTATE AND OF PERSONAL 
PROPERTY, AND AMOUNT OF TAXES LEVIED. 

it of the Valuation of Taxable Real E 



YEAH. 


Value of 
Seal Eat site. 


Value of Per- 
sonal Pr'p'rty 


Total 
Valuation. 


t„l™. 




* (4 00 

MOO 

id no 

IT 00 
(4 110 

97 00 

n io 

•6 00 
71 00 

36 00 

96 00 

37 00 
96 OU 

98 00 
77 00 
(4 00 

D8 00 
48 00 
36 00 

13 00 
33 00 
4U00 
(6 00 
K 00 
S3 00 

moo 

16 00 
iOOU 
90 00 
(0 00 
DO 00 

noon 

moo 

2000 
10 00 
6 011 

9-100 

MOO 

woo 

;9 00 

38 no 
(6 00 

14 00 
M00 
43 00 
31 00 
38 00 

99 00 
58 00 
18 00 
MOO 
Bl DO 
80 00 
30 no 




i 236.342 00 
235.986 DO 
91,803 DO 
01.(87 cm 
166,744 00 
161.342 DO 
1,(11,814 00 
2.783^81 00 
3,065.022 00 
4,621,668 CO 
5.848.170 00 
6,300,440 00 
6,67.1,684 00 
7.220.248 00 
S.582,717 00 
10.4W.414 111 
16.841.831 00 
24.382.238 00 
26.88 ;,8B3 00 
31 ,738.084 00 
38.835,281 DO 
35.0'l.TiC 00 
30,553.380 00 
37.063,512 00 
36,362.380 00 
37,13(1,845 00 

(v,.m;:.iM on 

■4>.73'>.7t-2 no 
fii.V10.K7 no 
CFJ.953.iMl 00 

rwl-c.1 ... ... 

230.247.000 00 
268,024.8*0 00 

2fti;746.470 00 
■111) 00 

S12,oi:>,liS>5 00 

Ji, ,U, 1 UIIU 

i::!,;«4.2(» oo 
K17.WB8.1;: (in 

148.400,148 110 
131,8*1,489 00 
J 17.870.035 (X) 
117,133,720 00 
I19.1M.28H00 
1*5,360,730 00 
I33.3I.MW (XI 
W, ?■»!.! >E0 CO 
!3H.!I58,3KJ 00 
lijii.4ISi. 133 00 
IU1.S04.535 00 

]fi(Mi!i,723 m 

liiH 135, 'ID 00 
3I8.35i.36S 00 
:1:V1.5S'0.5V( 00 
243.732. I3B 00 
24.5,780,351 0(1 








HO . . 

841 


8 30.780 00 
42,585 00 
410,083 00 
771.180 DO 
781.851 00 

8 r )T.syi on 

853.704 01) 
1,3 2,174 00 
1,486.0(7 DO 
1.534.284 00 
1.758.456 00 
2.272.64ft 00 
8,711,154 OU 
6,401.485 on 
5.355.383 00 
5.843 776 00 
7,027,653 00 
5.810,4"; 00 
5,331,1)07 DO 
5.856.B7T DO 
5.D37.K31 00 
5.552,300 Oil 
7,a-.'4,07a (hi 

11,584,7511 00 

3U.fi j.i,iii;i HO 
20,(58.134 II" 
53,fjSO,!i;i 00 
56,766.340 00 
54.fi.73.C40 DO 
62.342.860 00 

5;.!47.i'ai m 
45,rji:!,iHOuo 
tsi.rin.i7.-, Hi 

4.5.155,8-10 OU 
48.285.641 IK) 
38, 165, 754 ilO 
32.317,815 oo 
s:,50V»J oo 
26,517.803 00 
2MIU.IIS8 OU 

29,n;i3.T43 oi.i 
3H,4'O',0-G (X) 

, -,. -, .. 

31,'iJ»,:-:;l7 00 
32,811,411 (Hi 
. i ..<,... 

3:j,03:> 1:80 SKI 
87.349,835 (H 
40,7l.i,--:i3 SKI 
48.tO0.514 OU 
53,215.783 00 
53.1 17.50-' OU 
56.4H1.231 00 


H06 

j| 85 
M67 


1848 


(7 89 










1847 


gem 










1861 

|M9 


96 87 
(8 96 










































864 


15 84 


















































.878 


57 23 


1880... 


ill 98 






Jgg 
























1691 


16 00 
12 41 


1683 


19 68 



Tbe VhIubiIoq since 1875 la the Equalized Valuation fixed by the State 
Board of Equalization. From 1867 to 1b75 the Valuation was made by the Oily 
for the City Tux. The Valuation of Bullroad Properly Is Included in the Value 
of Personal Property. 



222 



Public Schools. 



HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATES. 

The following named pupils were awarded diplomas at the close 
of the year. 

ENGLISH HIGH AND MANUAL TRAINING SCHOOL. 

Albert R. Robinson, Principal. 



Emanuel Anderson 
William A. Ansley 
"William Baumrucker 
Gwavas F. Becker leg 
Jacob H. K. Berg 
Walter H. P. Burnham 
John Campbell 
Charles H. Chapin, Jr. 
Willard W. Ermeling 
Philip H. Falter 
Frank A. Fucik 



Arthur H. M. Haeusser 
Edward W. K. Howe 
Henry M. Hunt 
Karl K. Keeley 
Benjamin J. Metzger 
Aron J. Meyer 
Fred C. Moore 
Harry L. Porter 
Ralph M. Parsons 
Albert Pech, Jr. 
David C. Roach 



Alfred T. Robinson 
Sidney W. Rogers 
Paul C. Schwantes 
William H. Shapaker 
Charles F. Spaulding 
Arthur J. Stott 
Otis N. Terry 
Robert Yan Sands, Jr. 
William C. Titley 
Leo Weissenbach 
William J. Weyker 



Arthur Anderson 
Carl D. Bates 
George Brink worth, Jr. 
Carl T. Chinlund 
Henry R. Dohren 
J. Temple Doran 



John C. Fortiner, Jr. 
William H. I. Figg 
Frank M. Hallenbeck 
Henry Hengels 
Edward T. Illadovec 
Thomas C. M. Jamieson 



John M.N elis 
John R. Quaid 
Paul L Redlick 
Otto A. Soergel 
Robert H. Taft 
William C. Weinert 



NORTH DIVISION HIGH SCHOOL. 



Oliver S. Westcott, Principal. 



Mary A. Arens 
Sadie L. Arnold 
Florence M. Barry 
Philippine F. Baum 
Selma Beckstrom 
Clara F. Bellinghausen 
Lydia C. Betsche 
Anna E. Boland 
Henry J. Brugge 
Elinor D. Burke 
Arthur M. Butzow 
Agnes M Cairns 
Cora Canmann 
Minnie S. B. Carlson 



James C. Chase 
Frank Curtiss 
Emma J. Dill 
Mary E. Donoghue 
Charles T. Everson 
M. Lucille Fitch 
Ellen A. Flynn 
Frances W. Freudenberg 
Samuel Friedlander 
Franklin H. Geselbracht 
Bertha E. Fruh 
Anna P. Goodwin 
Lilly Griewisch 
Fred. B. Hack 



Blanche M. Hackett 
Frank Henry Harms 
Mary T. Hillan 
Elfrieda Hochbaum 
Hedwig Hochbaum 
Bertha L. Hof 
Edith E. Hora 
Mamie E. Jennings 
Theresa C- Juda 
Ella Julian 
Hattie P. Koch 
Mathilda S. Kollenberg 
Annette Lederer 
Agnes A. Loftus 



Appendix. 



223 



Loretta 6. Long 
Gertrude Rae Macev 
Hannah J. Maher 
Lillian H. Mallory 
Lillian V. McKinnis 
John McLeod 
Alice Rae Morgenthau 
Carrie Cole Merwine 
Vincent C. Mooney 
Bertha C. Myers 
M. Julia Noble 



Seraphine Norden 
Alice Amelia Pack ham 
Arthur P. Reid 
Mathilda A. Ritter 
Anna M. Roth 
Lillie T. Salomon 
Agnes A. Scarlett 
Frida Schauer 
Minnie F. Silver 
Vincent H. Spalding 
Virginia H. Spalding 



Frida Spangenberg 
Elise M. Specht 
Rose E. Swanson 
Mary M. Toomey 
Emily C Westberg 
Clara C Wieferich, 
Mary K. Wissing 
Milton C. Wolf 
Mary Ednah Worth 
Agnes A. Wyman 
Clara Zaremba 



SOUTH DIVISION HIGH SCHOOL. 
Jeremiah Slocum, Principal. 



Jessie Anderson 
Celia Austrian 
Delia Austrian 
E. Estelle Barnes 
Ethel Beers 
Bessie Bickel 
Helen Blumenthal 
Mary Bongerz 
Nellie Brassil 
Lena Brown 
Annie M. Carney 
Chas. J. Cella 
Genevieve Carson 
Carrie Cole 
May Countiss 
Mary Cushing 
Estelle Degginger 
Mary Donne rsberger 
Mary Donovan 
Miriam Eisenstaedt 
Amanda Eck 
Mary Etten 
Julia A. Evans 
Grace F. Fleming 
Clarence E. Fish 
Lilia Fish 
Laura Fischer 
Eva Fisher 
Cora Gammel 



Annie Garret 
Marguerite Gibson 
Edna Gillis 
Charles Garcelon 
Homer Goodhue 
Nellie Grant 
Roy C- Griswold 
Annie Gustafson 
Margaret Hayes 
Blanch Heidweier 
Loretta Hogan 
Mollie Hickok 
Philomena Halaburt 
Herbert Hawkins 
Jennie Henning 
Martin Hurney 
Dora Heil 
Georgia Idell 
Ida Jones 
Arthur T. Jones 
Ada Jennings 
Cora Katz 
Grace Kerr 
Maude Kirk 
Mamie Leary 
Stella Lyman 
Edwin Lusk 
Clara Mason 
Jennie MacMahon 



Willie MacNeil 
Annie Magan 
Marguerite Morgan 
Frances Mahoney 
Mabel Martin 
Mabel MacDowell 
Stella M. McGuire 
Hagar Metzenberg 
Florence Meyer 
Pauline Meyer 
Maude Mitchner 
Sadie B. McKee 
Annie Mott 
Katherine O'Connell 
Sarah O'Connell 
Maggie O'Brien 
Alice Parker 
Anna Pierce 
Nettie Phillips 
• Lizzie Rea 
Mabel Reid 
Alfred Roebuck 
H. Florence Richards 
Amy Redfield 
Sarah Rochford 
Maurice J. Rubel 
Julia Rydell 
Frank B. Robinson 
Lillie Schieferstein 



224 



Public Schools. 



Rose Schoenbrun 
Irene Short 
Mary Stuart 
Max J. Spiegel 
Genevieve Shepherd 
Rose Simons 
Irene Schnur 



Ghas. Schoenfeld 
Mary Townsend 
Lida Wall 
William Wasserman 
Agnes Wickstrom 
Rita Wild 



Grace Wilson 
Eda Weingarten 
Benjamin F. Wolf 
Julia Wolff 
Louise Young 
Helen Zuckerman 



WEST DIVISION HIGH SCHOOL. 
George M. Clayberg, Principal. 



Kathryn Newell Adams 
Elvira Aeppli 
Selma Ninette Alpiner 
Joseph Babka 
Stella May Barton 
Franeis A. Bedlan 
Alta. Louise Best 
Bertha May Billings 
Maude Blanchard 
Margaret Grace Burns 
Katherine C. Byrne 
Mary Carroll 
Grace Miriam Charles 
Victorine H. Chenoweth 
Benjamin Buden Childs 
Mabel Angela Clapp 
Mabel Cleveland 
Belle Collins 
Maude Copeland 
Agnes Marie Costello 
Aimee Coulter 
Grace Courtney 
Granville Malcom Cox 
Margaret G. Cummings 
Lena Marie Davis 
Walter Minturn Dean 
Margaret M. A. Delaney 
Annie Detlefson 
Ella Emerson Dickey 
Stanislav Dowiatt 
Claire ClotiMe Dreiser 
Clara Emma Dryer 
Mary Agnes Dwyer 
Nettie Louise Dyer 



Gladys M. Edwards 
Louise Eichmann 
Louise Mary Erp/ 
Maude Alta Ewing 
Maud Estella Farnham 
Anna Agatha Foley 
Nora Irene Foley 
Laura Belle Fraser 
Gertrude J. Galligan 
Margaret T. Galligan 
Wallace Smith Garner 
May Adelia Gilbert 
Lillie Goldberg 
John James Golden 
Georgiana B. Golding 
Margaret Goodwin 
Louis Gordon 
Agnes L Gorman 
Evangeline L Grant 
Lilian Faith Hafner 
Charles Francis Hager 
Mildred G. Haisman 
Nellie Belle Hall 
Bertha D. Hamer 
Mollie E. Hamilton 
Magdaline H. Hardie 
Juliet Harris 
Lucy Mary Hayes 
May Belle Heroy 
Harriet Hershman . 
Pauline Herzog 
Helen Augusta Hess 
Mary Camilla Hogan 
Helen May Holman 



Joseph A. Holpuch 
Margaret S. J affray 
Bessie A. Jamieson 
Ann Elizabeth Jukes 
Rose Kanter 
Lena Kaufman 
Regina C. Kavanajugh 
Mabelle Z. R. Keigher 
Laura M. Kendall 
Henry Edward Klein 
Lena Lily Klein schmidt 
Grace C Knickerbocker 
Nellie Augusta Knoff 
Charlotte Mary Ladd 
Katherine H. Laughlin 
Frances Ethel Law 
Elizabeth M. Lennon 
Jeanette E. Lincoln 
Hannah Loeb 
Ella Josephine Lorden 
Anna Marie Ludwig 
Michael Luery 
Nelly Gertrude Lynch 
Anna M. McAllister 
Jane McCutcheon 
Lily Lamb McDonald 
Jos'phineE. McDonough 
Marcella MacDougall 
Estelle Brown Mack 
Carolyn H. McMullan 
Belle McNamara 
Leslie A. Mahony 
Minerva Olivia Major 
Gertie Emma Merrill 



Appendix. 



225 



Mary Agatha Milott 
Anna Alice Moloney 
Frances Morrow 
Myrtle C. Moulton 
John Edwards Mullen 
Lulu Nabroth 
Emma Lillie Newman 
Alice M. Nikodem 
Margaret H. Ober 
Clara F. O'Brien 
Louise M. Ohlendorf 
Anna J. O'Leary 
Boyston Oakes Oliver 
Mary Cecelia O'Neill 
Adelle E. F. O'Neill 
Jessie J. Orrell 
Anna Marie Otto 
John Hale Painter 
Elsie Mabel Palmer 
Mayme C. Patterson 
Sarah Archibald Paul 
Ada Frances Peacock 
Ida May Peary 
Martha Grace Pease 
Gilman Wilbur Pettit 
Olive Logan Phelps 



Jeannette G. Pilgrim 
Gazella Polachek 
Lulu A. Eautman 
Margaret F. Beilly 
Eose Ella Reilly 
Bertha Eeuter 
Frances Marie Eigney 
Josie Eiley 
Mabel E. Robinson 
Birdie Agnes Eogers 
Isabel Eossman 
Louise Both 
Margaret P. Sample 
Elizabeth Saunders 
Eose Johannah Scheele 
Ida Clara Schmid 
Edith Emma Scholes 
Lottie Schollenberger 
Otto John Schultz 
Eeginald V. Schuyler 
Helen Schwartz 
Elizabeth A. Shelley 
Mizpah Z. Sherburne 
Lotta Sherk 
Helen May Sherman 
Bertha L. Slosson 



Leonora A. Smith 
Frank Joseph Snite 
Jessie Nea Spray 
Emma May Stephens 
Annie Stewart 
Daisy Belle Stinson 
Florence L. Strong 
Frances J. Suddard 
May Summerhays 
Bertha Lawton Tatch 
Maud Ellacott Tracy 
Eebecca Frost Turk 
Edna Earl Tuttle 
Jennie G. Twohig 
John F. Vaughan 
Antoinette Wallace 
Olive Irene Walsh 
Delia Frances Ward 
Mary Emma Watson 
Laura Eloise Weeks 
David E. W. Wenstrand 
Emily Irene Wilson 
Myrabelle Wolaver 
Harvey T. Woodruff 
Amanda H. E. Zutz 



NOBTH-WEST DIVISION HIGH SCHOOL. 



Franklin P. Fisk, Principal 



Sallie J. Anderson 
S. Benjamin Anderson 
Ottilie M. Balls 
Kathryn Barry 
Josephine Collins 
Agnes L. Danielson 
Emily A. Glissman 
M. Nellie Grant 
Hattie B. Haring 
Augusta E. Hass 
Delia C. Hessemer 
Nina Hillestad 
Theresa G. Hoban 



Alma Hunnemann 
Anna M. Jacobson 
C. Arthur Jevne 
Ella N. Johnson 
Joseph H. Josephson 
Louise J. Kelly 
Dora Elossman 
Frances G. Knudson 
Georgiana C. Le Gros 
Henry E. Lundblad 
Sadie A. Martin 
Harriet Mikitynski 
Dorothea C Moe 



Freda Mohn 
Carrie M. Olson 
Matthew Quinlan 
Stella E. Palmer 
A. Eliza Parker 
Elizabeth S. Perl 
Sara E. Peterson 
Juliette Pribyl 
O. Leon Eeid 
Boy A. Eichards 
Maggie S. Simpson 
Metha C. Skowrup 
Hilda J. Solem 



226 



Public Schools. 



Mary T. Sullivan 
Elizabeth G. Tobias 
Erna L. Tumler 



Louisa Turnbull 
Ella E. Walsh 



Anna E. Woelfle 
Margaret M. Wulff 



CALUMET HIGH SCHOOL. 



Marg'rite A. Armstrong 
Gertrude Dandliker 
Rose Ecklund 
Phebe B. Gascoigne 



Avon S. Hall, Principal. 

Mary Kennett 
Alice Myrick 
Margaret Noble 
Alice G. Ray 



Dora Trombly 
Lucie A. Sill 
Grace E. Osborne 



ENGLEWOOD HIGH SCHOOL. 



James E. Armstrong, Principal. 



Theresa Antonson 
Flora J. Bates 
Effie Bay 
Laura Bevans 
Charles J. Boyer 
Bell Brayton 
Martha E. Brandt 
Jennie Blink 
Edwin Durward Buell 
Charles J. Bushnell 
Maud T. Clark 
Jane W. Cool 
Sidney T. Corey 
Edith E. Crocker 
Edith A. Dickie 
Ernest H Dillon 
Katherine E. Dohney 
Pamella G. Dolton 
Charles Drew 
Edith J. Dudgeon 
Minnie D. DeTurck 
Nellie I. Eberly 
Helen M. Ericson 



Edna C. Fox 
Alice M. Francis 
Charles H. Francis 
Jessie M. Green 
Mary Belle Gere 
May Hallenbeck 
Sara Martha Hall 
Bessie M. Hageman 
Claude F. Hayes 
Charles F. Healey 
Minnie C. Hogan 
Elizabeth E. Hentsch 
Elizabeth M. Hynes 
Ruth Holbrook 
Isabelle M. Ivers 
Esther S. Kennedy 
Mary Lampher 
Lucien H. Lightcap 
Butler Lamb 
Anna I. Lyons 
Lizzie C Marshall 
Ella Mahaffay 



Jane Mahaffay 
Kate Minshull 
Mabel V. Mayhon 
Mary E. McCormack 
Anna McSpaden 
Grace S. Nason 
Elizabeth M. O'Brien 
Alma M. Peterson 
Margaret Bessie Phelps 
Maletta E. Pettet 
Jane Reckard 
Eleanor M. Reese 
A. Harry Reeves 
Glendora K. Rice 
Blanche Robinson 
Maybelle I. Seymour 
Lena L. Speede 
Frances A. Throop 
F. Egbert Vaughan 
Anna J. Veatch 
Sylvia Warfel 
Mary A. Wooley 



HYDE PARK HIGH SCHOOL. 
Charles W. French, Principal. 
Mary Rolene Abbott Esther E. Bjornberg Philip Sidney Brown 



Lilian Caroll Banks 
Joseph Belden 



Jessie May Bingham Henrietta D. Buchanan 

Nellie Katherine Breen Elizabeth Burleson 



Appendix. 



227 



Eugenie Bent Carr 
Hattie Coleman 
Marjorie Benton Cooke 
Carrie Craig 
Wallace Craig 
Cornelia Curtis 
Elizabeth C Daniels 
Orinda Cady Daniels 
Percy Boyd Davis 
Alice Greenebaum 
Elizabeth Gregg 
Charles F. Hartigan 
Bessie M. Healy 
Annie Louise Hero 
Emily Janet Hill 
Clara Augusta Jackson 
Grace Johnson 
Frederick B. Johnstone 



Katherine C Jones 
William J. Lakey 
Clara Odina Larson 
Clara Louise Lawton 
Gertrude Longenecker 
Page Van Vechten Lyon 
Florence L. MacMahan 
Kate Winifred McNeil 
Florence Miriam Mau 
Minn Marie Miller 
Addie Jeanette Morse 
Carrie May Morse 
Helen Bhoda Mosher 
Louise Murray 
Edith Leavitt Neal 
Grace Lindsay Nichols 
Lee Dodge Parkinson 
Annie Louise Pearson 



Edith Bessie Pingree 
Louis Irving Porter 
Mabel Price 
Sarah Isabel Proudflt 
Helen Genevieve Rappal 
Mabel Richards 
William D. Richardson 
Harriet Louise Seavey 
Plume Stapp 
Renee Stern 
Charlotte Teller 
Rea Nelson Theaker 
Lucy Rosetta Twyman 
Philip Maxwell Walter 
Mayme Estelle Warren 
Ivan Calvin Waterbury 
Helen Eloise Willet 
Laura May Wright 



JEFFERSON HIGH SCHOOL. 



Edith Louise Anderson 
Elsie M. E. Berry 
Caroline Bindhammer 
Nellie Gertrude Buss 
Harry A. Chetham 
Kate Isabel Cook 
May Finden 



Chablbs A. Cook, Principal 

Ada Ella Gambles 
Frances May Garratt 
Glenn R. Hawley 
Edith Adeline Kinder 
Charles Olney Loucks 
Julia E. McNally 



Pauline A. Murk 
Clara J. Porter 
Lulu Rugen 
Nellie G. Smith 
Jesse H. Snyder 
Geda Welde 



LAKE HIGH SCHOOL. 



Edward F. Stearns, Principal. 



Jennie Barker 
Ethel May Bird . 
Cora Coletta Carney 
Julia T. Coakley 
Katherine Lucina Curtis 
Jennie May Denton 
MaryAloysia Donoghue 
Mary E. Donovan 
Ernest Drew 
Catherine Edwards 
Mary W. Finegan 



Nora J. Finnegan 
Esther Lucile Goss 
Sarah E Hallinan 
Laura F. Higgins 
Mary Alice Hogan 
Effie Matilda Hunter 
May Catherine Kennedy 
Clara Adelaide Kruse 
Clara Louise Lehmann 
Ella A. Lewis 
Elizab'hA.McManamey 



NoraVeron'a McAuliffe 
Sarah Adelaide Murphy 
Kathryne P. Miller 
Charlotte Nolan 
Barbara Patti3on 
Elizab'hMargaretRoach 
Hannah M. Scott 
Nellie G. Stanton 
Walter T. Stanton 
Anna S. Srahan 
Lottie Edith Thompson 



228 



Public Schools. 



Rebecca Agnes Tierney Winifr'd C. Wilkoshesky Jessibel Wood 
Marg'et Lauretta Walsh Charles Stuart Wharton Peter Youngren 



LAKE VIEW HIGH SCHOOL. 



James H. Nobton, Principal. 



Mae Adams 
Clara Jeannette Arck 
Harry Adams Brown 
Maude Sayles Carpenter 
Mary Winifred Crowley 
Mollie Emily Ederer 
Sarah E. Edwards 
Emma Theresa Ellison 
Aylmer Brooks Gould 
Elmer Forrest Herdien 
Carrie Hevle 
Abram James Holland 
Anna Kappes 
Louise H. Logeman 



Mamie M. Logeman 
Florence Ada Mann 
Jessie B. McCurrach 
Anna K. McDonald 
Maud G. McGreevy 
Florence V. Milliken 
Edith Bennett Morton 
Albert Oscar Olson 
William Albert Olson 
Frances Osgood 
Irene Edna Parkes 
Lydia Margaret Pfluger 
Alice Fidelia Pitkin 



Otto Pruessman 
Mary Isabel Reynolds 
Christine E. Richter 
Sara Cory Rippey 
Frank Noble Savage 
Cora Seegers 
Marion L. Schoeninger 
Angeline Sulzer 
Mary Francis Sheehan 
Emily Alice Thirsk 
Bessie Esther Weedon 
Isabella Wells 
Marian Grey Wilzinski 



SOUTH CHICAGO HIGH SCHOOL. 



Charles I. Parker^ Principal, 



Julia Angeline Bryant 
Florence L. Forrester 
Victor Phillip France 
Honoria E. Garrity 
Sara Whitcomb Gowe 



Hannah Johnson 
Olive May Jones 
Jean Odell Nichols 
Robert Nisbet 



Mabel Lillian Parker 
Mary Agnes Roberts 
Margaret C. Sullivan 
Herman Louis Wuerfel 



Appendix. 229 

SCHEDULE OF SALARIES 

OF 

SUPERINTENDENTS AND TEACHERS, 

For the Fiscal Year 1894. 



Per Annum 

Superintendent of Schools $7,000 

Assistant Superintendents of Schools, during the first two 

years of service in such position. 3,500 

Assistant Superintendents of Schools, after two years of 

service in such position 4,000 

Supervisors. 

Supervisor of Evening Schools, $165 per school month, dur- 
ing session of Schools 

Supervisor of German $3,000 

Supervisor of Singing (Grammar and High School Grades). . 2,800 

Supervisor of Singing (Primary Grades) 2,500 

Supervisor of Drawing (High Schools) 2,500 

Supervisor of Drawing (Grammar and Primary Grades) 2,800 

Supervisor of Physical Culture 2,200 

Assistant Supervisor and Special Teacher of Drawing, 

(Grammar and Primary Grades) 2,200 

Teachers of Special Studies. 

assistant special teachers of drawing in primary and 

grammar grades. 

For first year of service $1,000 

For the second year 1,200 

For the third year 1,300 

For the fourth year 1,400 

For the fifth year 1,500 

For the sixth and subsequent years 1,600 

SINGING (GRAMMAR GRADES.) 

Two Assistants, each $1,800 

One Assistant 1,600 

One Assistant 1,200 

One Assistant 600 



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SINGING (PRIMARY GRADES.) 

Two Assistants, each $1,600 

Five Assistants, each 1,400 

PHYSICAL CULTURE. 

Four Assistants in High Schools, each $1,200 

Seven Assistants in Grammar Grades, each 1,000 

MANUAL TRAINING IN GRAMMAR SCHOOLS. 

Teacher at Jones School . -. $1,400 

Teacher at Garfield School 1,200 

Teacher at Agassiz School 1,000 

Teacher at Foster School 900 

DEAF MUTE DAY SCHOOLS. 

Superintendent $1,500 

Two Assistants, each 900 

One Assistant 775 

Two Assistants, each 700 

Two Assistants, each 600 

waif's mission. 
One Teacher $ 600 

HOUSE OF CORRECTION. 

One Teacher $ 900 

One Teacher 700 

TEACHERS' TRAINING CLASS. 

Two Teachers, each $1,800 

HIGH SCHOOLS. 

GROUPING OF PRINCIPALS.— FIRST GROUP. 

First year $2,600 

Second year 2,650 

Third year 2,700 

Fourth year 2,750 

Fifth year 2,800 

Sixth year 2,900 

Seventh and subsequent years 3,000 



Appendix. 231 

SECOND GROUP. 

First year ... $2,600 

Second year 2,660 

Third year 2,700 

Fourth year 2,750 

Fifth and subsequent years 2,800 

UNGROUPED. 

South Chicago and Calumet 

GROUPING OF INSTRUCTORS. — FIRST GROUP. 

First year $1,600 

Second year l t 700 

Third year 1,800 

Fourth year 1,900 

Fifth and subsequent years 2,000 

SECOND GROUP. 

First year $1,200 

Second year 1,250 

Third year l'300 

Fourth year 1,350 

Fifth year 1,400 

Sixth year 1 450 

Seventh year 1,500 

Eighth year 1^550 

Ninth and subsequent years 1,600 

THIRD GROUP. 

First year $ 850 

Second year 900 

Third year 950 

Fourth year 1 000 

Fifth year ^050 

Sixth year i >100 

Seventh year 1 150 

Eighth and subsequent years 1,200 

GROUPING OF TEACHERS OF FRENCH, GERMAN AND DRAWING.— 

FIR8T GROUP. 

First year $ l j2 oo 

Second year j 250 

Third year \\\\ i| 300 

Fourth year l j350 



232 Public Schools. 

Fifth year $1,400 

Sixth year '. 1,450 

Seventh year 1.500 

Eighth year 1,550 

Nirth and subsequent years 1,600 

SECOND GROUP. 

First year $ 750 

Second year 800 

Third year 850 

Fourth year 900 

Fifth year 950 

Sixth year ; 1,000 

Seventh year 1,050 

Eighth year 1,100 

Ninth year 1,150 

Tenth year 1,200 

Eleventh year 1,250 

Twelfth year. . . .' 1,300 

Thirteenth year 1,350 

Fourteenth and subsequent years 1,400 

PRINCIPALS OF GRAMMAR SCHOOLS. 

FIRST GROUP, FIRST SECTION. 

Principals of the Agassiz, Brighton, Brown, Burr, Carpenter, 
Clarke, Douglas, Franklin, Garfield, James R. Doolittle, Jr., 
Marquette, Moseley, Raymond, Skinner, Walsh and Wells Schools, 
each, $2,500 per annum. 

FIRST GROUP, SECOND SECTION. 

The following named Principals to receive a salary of $2,500 
per annum, not as Principals of the several Schools to which they 
now belong, but as individuals, to-wit: 

Louis J. Block, of the Andersen School; Henry D. Hatch, of 
the Brainard School; Chester C. Dodge, of the Ellen Mitchell 
School; Henry C. Cox, of the Froebel School; Emma M. C« Green- 
leaf, of the Harrison School; Alden N. Merriman, of the Hayes 
School; George C. Bannan, of the Haven School; Charles F. Bab- 
cock, of the H olden School; Andrew J. Wood, of the John Erics- 
son School; Laura D. Ayres, of the John McLaren School; Ellen 
J. Hardick, of the King School; Homer C. Bevans, of the LaSalle 
School; Kate S. Kellogg, of the Lewis School; Frank S. Heywood, 
of the Lincoln School; William M. Lawrence, of the Ray School; 



Appendix. 233 

Alfonso E. MacDonald, of the McClellan School; Corydon G. 
Stowell, of the Newberry School; Cephas H. Leach, of the Ogden 
School; Mary W. O'Keefe, of the Throop School; Will J.-Bart- 
holf , of the Von Humboldt School; John H. Tear, of the Wash- 
ington School, and Erastus A. Barnes, of the Webster School. 

SECOND GKOUP. 

Principals of the Auburn Park, Bancroft, Beale, Calhoun, 
Central Park, D. S. Wentworth, Goodrich, Graham, Jones, Ham- 
ilton, Hawthorne, Holmes, Kershaw, Logan, Lowell, Parkman, 
Pullman, Seward, Sherman, Sherwood, Thos. Chalmers andTilden 
Schools, each, $2,300 for first year of service in this group; $2,400 
for second year of service, and $2,500 for third and subsequent 
years of service. 

THIRD GKOUP. 

Principals of the Alcott, Armour Street, Audubon, Cooper, 
Dore, Hammond, Hendricks, Keith, LaFayette, Lawndale, Louis 
Nettelhorst, Prescott, Schiller and Tilton Schools, each, $2,000 per 
annum for first year of service in this group; $2,100 per annum 
for second year of service, and $2,200 per annum for third and 
subsequent years of service. 

FOURTH GROUP. 

Principals of the Arnold, Boulevard, Brenan, Calumet Avenue, 
Emerson, Everett, Forestville, Geo. Howland, Geo. H. Thomas, 
Hancock, Headley, Healy, Irving, John Crerar, Knickerbocker, 
Langland, McAllister, Mark Sheridan; Monteflore, Ravenswood, 
Ryerson. Scammon and Thomas Hoyne Schools, each, $1,700 per 
annum for first year of service in this group; $1,800 per annum 
for second year of service; $1,900 per annum for third year of ser- 
vice; $1,950 per annum for fourth year of service, and $2,000 per 
annum for fifth and subsequent years of service. 

FIFTH GROUP. 

Principals of the Amerson, Brentano, Brownell, Chicago 
Lawn, Colman, Cornell, Duncan Avenue, Fallon, Farren, Geo. 
Wm. Curtis, Greenwood Avenue, Hermann Raster, Horace Mann, 
J. N. Thorp, Madison Avenue, Melville W. Fuller, Oakland, 
Pacific, Phil. Sheridan, Scania o, Springer, VanVlissingen and 
Woodlawn Schools, each, $1,400 per annum for first year of service 
in this group; $1,500 per annum for second year of service; $1,600 
per annum for third year of service, and $1,700 per annum for 
fourth and subsequent years of service. 



234 Public Schools. 

SIXTH GROUP. 

Principals of the Blaine, Burroughs, Carter, Cummings, Fifty- 
fourth Street, Galllstel, Greeley, Kelvyn Grove, Kenwood, 
McPherson, Park Manor, Parkside, South Englewood, Sumner, 
Taylor, W. C. Goudy and Yale Schools, each, $1,200 per annum 
for first year of service; $1,300 per annum for second year of 
service; $1,400 per annum for third and subsequent years of 
service. 

SEVENTH GROUP. 

Principals of the Burnside, Doran, Fernwood, Henry Clay, 
J. L. Marsh, Jefferson Park, Oak Ridge, Stony Island Avenue 
and West Pullman Schools, each, $1,050 per annum for first year 
of service in this group; $1,100 for second year of service, and 
$1,200 for third and subsequent years of service. 

UNGROUPED GRAMMAR SCHOOLS. 

Per Annum 

Principal of the Alice L. Barnard School $1,600 

Principal of the Avondale School 1,600 

Principal of the Bowmanville School 1,060 

Principal of the Irving Park School 1,800 

Principal of the Norwood Park School , . 1,100 

Principal of the Riverdale School 1,060 

Principal of the Rogers Park School 1,600 

Principal of the Rose Hill School 1,060 

Principals of Primary Schools— First Group. 

Principals of the Foster, Hoffman Avenue, Komensky, Long- 
fellow, Mulligan, Washburne and Wicker Park Schools, each 
$1,700 per annum for first year of service in this group, and $1,800 
per annum for second and subsequent years of service. 

Second Group. 

Principals of the Columbus, Drummond, Farragut, Huron 
Street, Jackson, Jefferson, Manierre, Motley, Oak Street, Pick- 
ard, Polk Street, Rogers, Talcott and Whittier Schools, each, 
$1,400 per annum for first year of service in this group ; $1,450 per 
annum for second year of service ; $1,500 per annum for third year 
of service, and $1,600 per annum for fourth and subsequent year s 
of service. 

Third Group. 

Principals of the Adams, Grant, Humboldt, Kosciusko, and 
Ward Schools, each, $1,400 per annum for first year of service in 



Appendix. 235 

this group ; $1,450 per annum for second year of service, and 
$1,500 per annum for third and subsequent years of service. 

Fourth Group. 

Principals of the Hartigan, Hedges, Kinzie, O'Toole, South 
Halsted Street and Sheldon Schools, each, $1,250 per annum for 
first year of service in this group, and $1,350 per annum for second 
and subsequent years of service. 

Fifth Group. 

Principals of the Belle Plaine Avenue, Bryant, Buckley, Ellis 
Avenue, Fulton and Hoerner Schools, each, $1,050 per annum for 
first year of service in this group ; $1,100 per annum for second 
year of service, and $1,200 per annum for third and subsequent 
years of service. 

Male Assistant Teachers. 

Per Annum. 

Andrew Engel, Burnside School. % 775 

Richard H. Stryker, Doran School 800 

Martin G. Henchy, Doran School 800 

Claus H. Claussen, Doran School 800 

George W. Miller, Irving Park School. 800 

Joseph Barnebee, Gallistel School 800 

Andrew Wilson, Burnside School 900 

Augustus Haley, Branch of Auburn Park School 900 

Frank W. Kingsley, Branch of Irving Park School 900 

Assistant to Principals. 

Per Annu m 

Assistants to Principals, each $1,100 

Head Assistants— Grammar Schools. 

Per Annum. 

During first and second years of service in such capacity, 

each $ 900 

During third, fourth and fifth years of service in such 

capacity, each 950 

From sixth to tenth year, inclusive, in such capacity, each.. 1,000 

Over ten years of service in such capacity, each 1,050 

Head Assistants— Primary Schools. 

Per Annum. 

For first and second years of service in such capacity, each.$ 860 
For third, fourth and fifth years of service in such capacity, 

each 900 

Over five years of service in such capacity, each 950 



236 Public Schools. 

Assistant Teachers in Primary Grades. 

Per Annum. 

For the first year of service $ 600 

For the second year of service 550 

For the third year of service 575 

For the fourth year of service 650 

For the fifth year of service 700 

For the sixth year of service 775 

For the seventh and subsequent years of service 800 

Assistant Teachers in Grammar Grades. 

Per Annum. 

For the first year of service $ 500 

For the second year of service 550 

For the third year of service 625 

For the fourth year of service 675 

For the fifth year of service 725 

For the sixth year of service 800 

For the seventh and subsequent years of service 825 

Teachers of Eighth Grade classes 850 

Extra teachers in schools having twenty-four grade rooms. . 850 

All changes in salary to take place at the commencement of 
the school month succeeding the expiration of the year's service. 

Substitutes. 

Experienced substitutes are to be employed at the discretion 
of the Superintendent, at a compensation varying from $2.50 to 
$4.00 per day, for each day of actual service, according to the 
experience of the substitute so employed. 

Other substitutes are to be paid at the rate of $1.50 per day 
for each day of actual service. 

Cadets. 

All candidates for positions as teachers who hold partial cer- 
tificates of qualifications to teach in the Primary and Grammar 
grades, obtained by examination or by reason of having graduated 
from the Chicago High Schools upon a general average of 90 per 
cent, for the entire High School course, who are in attendance at 
the Teacher's Training Class, are to receive 75 cents per day for 
each day's attendance at the Training School in the forenoon and 
at some one of the schools in the afternoon, during their Train- 
ing Course. 

All cadets who have completed the training course for teach- 
ers shall receive, for cadet service, at the rate of $1.00 per day. 



TEXT-BOOKS 



ADOPTED FOR USE JEN THE HIGH SCHOOLS OF THE 
CITY OF CHICAGO, FOR THE SCHOOL YEAR 1894-95. 



FIRST YEAR. 

Kellogg's Rhetoric (New Edition). 

Companion Book to Kellogg's Rhetoric. 

Milne's High School Algebra. 

Boyer's Laboratory Manual in Elementary Biology. 

Central School Supply Biological Tablets. 

Harkness' First Year in Latin. 

Joynes-Meissner's German Grammar. 

Stern's Studien and Flaudereien (First Series). 

Keetel's French Grammar. 

Cecilian Series of Study and Song, No. 4. 

Gray's Botany. 

SECOND YEAR. 

Wentworth's Flane Geometry. 

Wentworth's Plane and Solid Geometry and Plane 

Trigonometry. 
Avery's Natural Philosophy. 
Ginn & Co.'s New Physical Laboratory Manual. 
Harkness' Latin Grammar. 
Bigg's In Latinum (Caesar). 
Harper & Tolman's Caesar. 
White's Beginners' Greek Book. 
Beren's Mythology. 

THIRD YEAR. 

Anderson's General History (Revised Edition). 
Beren's Mythology. 
Smith's History of Greece. 
Allen's Roman History. 

237 



238 Public Schools. 

Shepard's Chemistry. 

Armstrong & Norton's Laboratory Manual. 

Shaw's New History of English and American Literature. 

Kelsey's Cicero. 

Rigg's In Latinum (Cicero). 

Goodwin's Greek Grammar. 

Woodruff's Greek Prose Composition. 

Harper & Wallace's Anabasis. 

FOURTH YEAR. 

Young's Government Class Book. 
Laughlin's Elements of Political Economy. 
Ray's New Astronomy. 
Le Conte's Compend of Geology. 
Montgomery's English History. 
Barnes' Brief History of France. 
Harper & Miller's Vergil. 
Allen & Greenough's Ovid. 
Keep's Iliad. 

MISCELLANEOUS. 

Sully's Teacher's Hand Book of Psychology. 
American Standard Text Book of Phonography. 
Anthon's Classical Dictionary. 
Smith's Smaller Classical Dictionary. 
Heath's New German Dictionary. 
Zimmermann's German Classical Reader. 
Super's French Reader. 
Spier & Surenne's French Dictionary. 



TEXT-BOOKS 

FOR COLLEGE PREPARATORY, GRAMMAR AND 

PRIMARY SCHOOLS. 



Swinton's Word Book. 

Appleton's First Header. 

Appleton's Second Header. 

Appleton's Third Reader. 

Appleton's Introductory Fourth Reader. 

Appleton's Fourth Reader. 

Appleton's Fifth Reader. 

Harper's School Geography. 

Oral Arithmetic by Grades, Kirk & Sabin. 

New Model Elementary Arithmetic. 

Robinson's Complete Arithmetic, Chicago Edition. 

Crawford's Civil Government of Illinois. 

Longfellow's Evangeline, Ha wthorne'sWonder Book, Part 2, 

and Whittier's Snow Bound, in one vol. 
Maxwell's Advanced Lessons in Grammar. 
Reed's Introductory Language Book. 
Barnes' Brief History of the United States. 
Elementary Physiology and Hygiene, " How We Live." 
Harkness' Easy Latin Method. 
Elementary Lessons in Algebra, Sabin & Lowry. 
Analytical Copy Books, small. 
Analytical Copy Books, large. 
Copy Books, Silver, Burdett & Co. 
Chicagoer Deutsches Lesebuch, No. 1. 
Chicagoer Deutsches Lesebuch, No. 2. 
Prang's Complete Course in Drawing. 

289 



4 

240 Public Schools. 



ADOPTION OF NORMAL COURSE IN MUSIC. 

First Reader, Fart 1, to be used in the Third Grade. 

All of the First Reader for Third Grade and present classes in 
the Fourth Grade. 

Second Reader, Fart 1, to be used in the Fifth Grade and the 
lower Sixth Grade. 

Second Reader, Fart 2, to be used in the higher Sixth Grade and 
Seventh and Eighth Grades. 

The songs in the books printed by the Board to be used as supple- 
mentary songs. 



REFERENCE BOOKS 



FURNISHED BY THE BOARD OF EDUCATION. 



FOR HIGH SCHOOLS. 

Ten copies of Webster's International Dictionary. 

One copy of Apple ton's New Cyclopedia. 

One copy of Allibone's Dictionary of Authors. 

One copy of Brewer's Eeaders' Hand Book. 

One copy of World's Literature. 

One copy of Haydn's Dictionary of Dates. 

One copy of Skeat's Etymological Dictionary. 

One copy of Smith's Anthon's Classical Dictionary. 

One copy of Deschanel's Physics. 

Four copies of Sully's Psychology. 

One copy of LyelPs Geology. 

Four copies of LeConte's Elements of Geology. 

One copy of Dana's Manual of Geology. 

One copy of Gray's Manual of Botany. 

One copy of Roscoe and Schorlemmer's Chemistry. 

One copy of Packard's Zoology. 

One copy of Jordan's Manual of Vertebrates. 

One copy of Carpenter's Physiology. 

One set of Guyot's Wall Maps of Physical Geography. 

One copy of Kiepser's Historical Atlas. 

Fiske's Civil Government. 

Rand and McNally's Atlas. 

■ 

FOB GRAMMAR SCHOOLS. 

One copy of Webster's International Dictionary for every room 
of Seventh and Eighth Grades. 

One copy of Grieb's German-English and English-German Dic- 
tionary. 

241 



242 Public Schools. 

One copy of Webster's Condensed Dictionary for every room of 

other Grades above the Second Grade. 
One copy of Lippincott's Gazetteer. 
One copy of Thomas's Biographical Dictionary. 
One copy of Smith's Classical Dictionary (Students' Edition). 
One copy of Champlin's Persons and Places. 
One copy of Champlin's Common Things. 
One copy of International Encyclopedia. 
One copy of Johnston's American Politics. 
One copy of Lossing's Encyclopedia of American History. 
One copy of Labberton's Historical Atlas. 

FOB PRIMARY SCHOOLS. 

One copy of Webster's International Dictionary. 

One copy of Webster's Condensed Dictionary for every room 

except the First and Second Grades. 
One copy of Thomas's Biographical Dictionary. 
One copy of Champlin's Persons and Places. 
One copy of Champlin's Common Things. 

apparatus. 

Appleton's Beading Charts. 

Analytical Writing Charts. 

Parker's Arithmetical Charts. 

Johnson's Map of Hemispheres. 

Rand & McNally's Maps of North America, South America, 

Europe, Asia, Africa, United States and Illinois. 
Eight-inch Globe. 



I 



SUPPLEMENTARY READING 



FURNISHED BY THE BOARD OF EDUCATION. 



FIRST GRADE. 

Sheldon's First Reader. 

Barnes 7 First Header. 

Stickney's First Reader. 

Harper's First Reader. 

Boyden's First Reader. 

Appleton's Companion First Reader. 

Model First Reader, Revised Edition. 

Cyr's Children's Primer. 

Cyr's First Reader. 

SECOND GRADE. 

Stickney's Second Reader. 
Harper's Second Reader. 
Seaside and Wayside, No. 1. 
Normal Course in Reading, No. 2. 
Riverside Primer and Reader. 
Mara L. Pratt's iEsop's Fables, No. 2. 

THIRD GRADE. 

Stickney's Third Reader. 

Harper's Third Reader. 

The Book of Fables, Riverside Series, Nos. 48 and 47. 

Normal Course in Reading, No. 3. 

FOURTH GRADE. 

Scribner's Geographical Reader. 

King's Geographical Reader, No. 1. 

Riverside Series, No. 29 and No. 50, and Child Life. 

Monroe's Stories of American History. 

Information Reader No, 1. 

243 



244 Public Schools. 

FIFTH GRADE. 

Riverside Series Nos. 7, 8, 9. 
King's Geographical Header, Part 2. 
Eggleston's First Book in American History. 
Information Reader No. 2. 
Dean's Science of Utterance. 

SIXTH GRADE. 

Fiske's War of Independence. 
Riverside Series, Nos. 11, 38, 23. 
Information Reader No. 3. 
Dean's Science of Utterance. 
Scribner's Geographical Reader. 

SEVENTH GRADE. 

Scudder ? s History of the United States. 
Montgomery's Leading Facts of American History. 
Riverside Series, Nos. 6, 28, 15. 
Information Reader No. 4. 
Dean's Science of Utterance. 

EIGHTH GRADE. 

t 

Eggleston's History of the United States. 
The American Citizen, Dole. 

The books for the First, Seoond, Third, Fourth, Fifth and Sixth Grades are 
supplied io sets of thirty copies; for the Seventh and Eighth Grades in sets of 
fifteen copies. 



i 



NAMES OF 



TEACHERS EMPLOYED. 



December, 1894. 



Names in Small Capitals indicate Principals of Schools and 
Special Teachers ; names in Italics, Assistants to Principals 
and Head Assistants ; and names in German, Teachers of 
German. 



SUPERINTENDENTS. 

Albert G. Lane 430 W. Adams st 

Edward C. Delano 59 Aberdeen st 

Albert B. Sarin 794 W. Adams st 

Ella F. Young 235 Michigan av 

Elizabeth L. Hartney 61 Lincoln av 

Leslie Lewis 5605 Madison av 

James Hannan 5136 Grand boul 

Augustus F. Nightingale 2175 Sheridan boul 

Alfred Kirk 4229 Oakenwald boul 



Abbe, Mary M Irving 922 Jackson boul 

Abbott, Mary A Headley 62 Gault pi 

Xccofa, @mraa Fallon 1821 N. Clark st 

Ackley, Grace L George Howland 2187 Jackson boul 

Adair, Jennie M Norwood Park 121 Maple av., Oak Park 

Adams, Alice E Clarke 41 Flournoy st 

Adams, Alice M Webster 2979 Prairie av 

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246 Public School*. 

Adams, Caroline G-.. Goodrich 509 W. Adams at 

Adams, Clara Geo. W.Curtis 3514 Vincennes av 

Adams, Elizabeth Bay 6246 Madison av 

Adams, Elvira H Armour Street 304 Forest av., Oak Park 

Adams, Emma Lincoln .1206 E. Havens wood F'k 

Adams, Kiltie E Whittier 476 Center av 

Adams, Margaret C-... .Komensky 476 Center av 

Adams, Martha, J Jackson 486 Taylor st 

Adams, Mary C. Louis Nettelhorst 624 Church st 

Adams, Mary T Rogers 476 Center av 

Adams, Minnie V Kershaw . .6744 Wentworth av 

Adams, Nettie R Haven 1837 Michigan av 

Adams, Sophia B King 422 Oakley av 

Addy, Mary S Ward 3008 Parnell av 

9&ltr, $«tn*l) Harrison 166 34th st 

Adolf, Mattie W. C. Goudy 129 N. Clark st 

Ahearn, Annie G Thomas Hoyne 343 Dearborn av 

Ahern, Alma E Longfellow 2953 Butler st 

Ahem, Ellen Monteflore 717 N. Campbell av 

Ahern, Mary Andersen 717 N. Campbell av 

Ahern, Mary Ellis Avenue 625 E. 53d st 

Ahlstkand, John. Sp- T. Phys. Cult 1818 Wright wood a v 

Ahnefeldt, Elizabeth A., Prescott 2763 N. Robey st 

S, Emma M Alice L. Barnard 1738103d st 

,Lettie Kershaw 6724 Sherman st 

,LoisM Ogden 73 N. State st 

, Helen John Ericsson 1346 Jackson boul 

son, Jessie D . . . . J. N. Thorp 378 93d st 

;, Martha Louis Nettelhorst 180 Webster a v 

.Charlotte Blue Island Avenue .. .2829 Calumet av 

, Mary F Thomas Hoyue 387 E. Indiana st 

h, Alvin W West Pullman 9220 Erie av., S. Chicago 

h, Ella Greenwood Avenue 93 E. 43d st 

h, Jessie Greenwood Avenue 98 E. 43d st 

nder, AddieM...Burr Palatine, 111 

4NDBE, Ellen C. Sup. Prin.Kinaergartens 210 33d st 

nder, M. Letitia. . Calumet Avenue 6633 Perry av 

nder, Minnie Kelvyn Grove 1109 Crawford av 

.Grace Louis Nettelhorst 126 Clarence a v 

i,LouiseA West Pullman SllOStewart av 

Mary W. Farren 5116 La Salle st 

Clara B Beale 6356 Harvard av 

EvaH J. N. Thorp 7620 Bond av 

HeUnJ Cummings 7650 Bond av 



Appendix. 247 

Allen Jennie Arnold 317 Webster av 

Allen, Laura South Halsted Street . .262 Ashland boul 

Alling, James C Central Park 1010 Warren av 

Allison, Georgia Horace Mann 27 Aldine sq 

Allison, Jennie Columbus 669 W. Huron st 

Alpiner, Flora E Andersen 636 Fulton st 

Alvord, Louise McPherson 616 Sunnyside av 

Anderson, Adah M Armour Street. 618 Washington boul 

Anderson, Amanda V. . Alcott 376 Dayton st 

Anderson, Annie J Motley { ^irvtaj PariT* **" 

Anderson, Emma M Wells 110 Morgan st 

Anderson, Hattie C Douglas 3124 Prairie av 

Anderson, Lillie A Carpenter 27 Sinnott pi 

Anderson, Margaret. . . .South Englewood 8729 Murray av 

Anderson, Matilde Burr j "J^glS? * av ' 

Anderson, Nellie W Haven 3449 Prairie av 

Anderson, Sadie M Prescott 1220 Marianna av 

Andrew, Ella M Motley 294 W. Monroe st 

Andrews, Flora B Lake View High 1550 Lill av 

Andrews, May Montefiore 147 S. Hoyne av 

Andbews, Minnie J . . Hamilton 1550 Lill av 

Andrews, Olive M Hammond 895 Kedzie av 

Anneberg, Josephine. . . Hendricks 5537 Emerald av 

Annen, Elizabeth L Andersen 365 E. Indiana st 

Antisdel, Mary B Jefferson Park 1509 Holcomb av 

Armstrong, Ida Tilden 227 S. Wood st 

Abmstbong, James E., Englewood High 529 W. 62d st 

Armstrong, Marie F — Humboldt 56 Mozart st 

Armstrong, Mary J — J. R. Doolittle, Jr 413 41st st 

Arnold, Annie E Avondale 673 W. Diversey av 

Arnold, Caroline F Humboldt 939 N. Hoyne av 

Arnold, Florence M Taylor 9140 Erie av 

Arzt, Louise E Clarke 1481 W. Monroe st 

Wnntf, ^ermine Moseley 5654 Ellis av 

Atkins, Martin D Jefferson High 2300 Irving av„IrvingPfc 

Atkins, Myrtle Jackson 379 Dearborn av 

Atkinson, Emma Jefferson 581 W. Harrison st 

Atkinson, Olive T Langland 983 N. Leavitt st 

At water, Jennie S Lawndale Western Springs 

Atwood, Lenna G Hawthorne 1620 Melrose st 

Austin, Bertha W. Lincoln 338 Hudson av 

Austin, Ethel Arnold 338 Hudson av 



248 Public Schools. 

Austin, Georgiana M. . .La Salle 338 Hudson av 

Averill, Edna B Pullman 203 Watt av., Pullman 

Avery, Emma F Beale 6113 Peoria st 

Avery, Helen M Woodlawn 6507 Sheridan av 

Ayers, Belle Kenwood 5026 Washington av 

Ayers, Hattie B Duncan Avenue 6329 Cottage Grove av 

Ayers, Lillian G John Crerar 2313 W. Adams st 

Aylsworth, Anna Irving Park : . 2402 Irving av^Irving Pk 

Aybes, Laura D John McLaren- 512 W. Monroe st 

Babcock, Charles F. .Holden 2701 Michigan av 

Bache, Joseph A Ryerson 75 S. Sacramento av 

$ad)maim, %nm © Bowen 4151 Grand boul 

Backman, Kate Carter 634 Englewood av 

Backus, Olive Wells 658 Fulton st 

Bacon, Jeanette S Alcott . 596 Cleveland av 

Bacon, Mary C Kershaw 6820 Union av 

Badger, Emma Greeley 3287 Maiden st 

Baer, Anna G John Crerar, 271^ S. Oakley av 

Baertschy Elizabeth . . . Logan 1242 Wright st 

Bailey, Cecelia H . . . Sp. J. Singing 62d and Oglesby av 

Bailey, Charlotte O . . . . S. Div. High 3024 Prairie av 

Baird, Lily M Brentano 178 Humboldt boul 

Baker, Ellen J Ellis Avenue 699 Monroe st 

Baker, Helen A John Crerar 1482 Congress st 

Baker, Katharine C — Park Manor 7142 Eggleston av 

Baker, M. Jennie Tilton 301 S. Euclid av 

Baker, Marie L. 1 Headley 152 Center st 

Baker, Mary E Fernwood 6947 Union av 

Baker, Mary G Greenwood Avenue 4425 Berkeley av 

Baldwin, Birdie M. D. .Graham 4410 Sherman st 

Baldwin, Caroline James R. Doolittle, Jr.. 604 E. 44th st 

Baldwin, Leonora R.. . .Ray 5634 Washington av 

Baldwin, Sarah J Gallistel 6330 Wright st 

Ball, Agnes J Thos. Chalmers 1248 Monroe st 

Ball, M. Etta King 1248 Monroe st 

Bally, Xabie C. Montefiore 198 N. Ashland av 

Bals, Martha Wicker Park 571 "N. Hoyne av 

Balthis, Elma P Foster 972 Central Park a\r 

Bamberger, Ida A . ... Sumner 223 S. Waller av 

Bancroft, M. Angela. . .Gallistel 3423 Auburn av 

Banks, Alfrida P Belle Plaine Avenue . . .445 Faye st 

Bannan, Geo. C Haven 3219 Vernon av 

Bannister, Elvira Oakland 3912 Yincennes av 

Barber, Fanny A Lincoln 1854 Wellington a v 



Appendix. 249 

Barbour, Grace B Pullman 3629 Ellis Park 

Bard, Maude Pullman 5914 Indiana av 

Barker, Ellen M George Howland 641 W. Harrison st 

Barker, Esther J. W . . .George Howland Hinsdale, 111 

Barlow, Jennie L Cummings 985 106th st 

Barnard, Alice Lake View No. 5 117 Fremont st 

Barnard, Jennie A Ryerson -. .424 S. Boulevard 

Barnabee, Joseph Gallistel 9641 Exchange av 

Barnes, Erasttjs A . .Webster ,7814 Union av 

Barnes, Margaret L — Logan 168 Noble st 

Barnes, Mary W Garfield 165 S. Western av 

Barnes, Myra L Webster 7814 Union av 

Barnum, Yerna E Ray 5473 Cornell av 

Baron, Millie Douglas 2811 Indiana av 

Barr, Addie V. H McPherson 519 Cleveland av 

Barr, Carrie L Wicker Park 257 Ontario st 

Barr, Flora May Phil. Sheridan 158 91st st 

Barr, Hester A Beale 431 61st st 

Barrett, Emma C Oakland 78 E. 40th st 

Barrett, Emma J Burnside 3440 S. Park av 

Barrett, Katie M Thomas Chalmers 1433 W. Taylor st 

Barrett, Lu E Belle Plaine Av 293 Oak st 

Barrett, Mary W John Crerar 368 Campbell av 

Barrett, Nellie A Henry Clay 345 Centre av 

Barron, Emma E Beale , 6427 Peoria st 

Barry, Mary J Sherman 4842 Union av 

Barry, Nettie M Lowell 161 Honore st 

Bartelme, Adeline T. . .N. Division High 1484 Fulton st 

B artholf, Charles S. ,Burr 332 Hampden ct 

Bartholf, Wm. J Von Humboldt 11 Roslyn pi 

Bartky, Johanna McAllister 58J^ 31st st 

Barwick, Mary J Alice L. Barnard 10330 Belmont av 

Basse, AnnaM Newberry 159 Sheffield av 

Bassett, Kate L Jackson . . . 253 Ewing st 

Bassette, Blanche Agassiz 1547 N. Halsted st 

Bate, Edith P Audubon 298 Giddings st 

8tttt, StorfloretJe Woodlawn 3752 Elmwood pi 

Battye, Anastasia L . . .Andersen 757 Austin av 

Bauer, Carrie E Holden 2848 Church pi 

Bauer, Elizabeth E — Walsh 660 S. Halsted st 

Bauld, Margaret H Brainard 1209 Jackson st 

©onraatm, Mettle 9K Hyde Park High 1844 Wellington av 

Baur, Clara L Goethe 125 Webster av 

Baynes, Annie L Schiller 275 N. Market st 



250 Public Schools. 

Baynes, Mary E Oak Street 275 N. Market st 

Baynes, Nellie T Manierre 649 La Salle av 

Baynes, Sarah J Franklin 549 La Salle av 

Beach, Jane A Pullman Pullman 

Beagen, Clara LA Hedges 2723 Farrell st 

Beahen, Carrie B . . . . . .Rogers 310 W. 13th st 

Bean, Lizzie Beale 648 61st st 

Bear, Myrtle E La Fayette 1565 Carroll av 

Beardsley, Alice Carter 6521 Yale av 

Beardsley, Carolyn Lewis 6521 Yale av 

Beardsley, Cornelia Mulligan 260 Bissell st 

Beatty, Elizabeth M . . .Brenan 5316 Madison av 

Beck, Leonora E Montefiore 528 Monroe st 

Beck, Louise P Adams . . ,78 Clybourn av 

Seder, StogitSttt Prescott 336 Fullerton av 

Becker, Clara E Newberry 359 Lincoln av 

Becker, Marie Knickerbocker 359 Lincoln av 

Becker, Minnie H Boulevard 530 Milwaukee av 

Beckley, Teresa E Ellen Mitchell 684 Washington boul 

Bectin, Anna M Huron st 269 E. Superior st 

Bedwell, Almeda Logan 181 Dearborn av 

Beebe, Elizabeth B Kosciusko 686 Armitage av 

Beebe, Grant Garfield 2681 Swift st 

Behan, Mary D Alcott 1534 Lill av 

Beifuss, Louise Whittier 793 Blue Island av 

Belden, Grace Kenwood 6037 Washington av 

Belding, Frances John Crerar 154 S. Leavitt st 

Bell, Charlotte Headley 602 Lincoln av 

Bell, Nettie Hedges 5516 Union av 

Bender, Helen D Langland 4939 Indiana av 

Bendtsen, Betty Boulevard 749 Campbell av 

Benjamin, May A Amerson Maywood 

Bennett, Anna O Brainard 269 Hastings st 

Bennett, Clara C Burr 1620 Central st N. Evanston 

Bennett, Clara C. . Ravenswood N. Evanston 

Bennett, Hester A Avondale Des Plaines 

Bennett, John I Hyde Park High 5726 Washington av 

Bennett, Malie W Prescott 733 Kenmore av 

Bennett, Martha Farren 1114 E. 51st st 

Benson, Bertha Thomas Chalmers — 235 S. Robey st 

Benson, Frances E — Thomas Hoyne 244 Erie st 

Benson, Grace Ryerson Maywood 

$ettatag, SWrttt Newberry 3174 Arlington 

Berg, Alice S .Hermann Raster 6824 Wright st 



Appendix. 251 

Berg, Bessie C Wells 1390 W. Monroe st 

Bergh, Rosalie F Arnold 369 Mohawk st 

Bergin, Mary G . . McAllister 929 35th st 

Berlizheimer,MamieM., Franklin 471 La Salle ay 

Bernhard, Frank W. Div. High 1534 Fulton st 

$ertri<f, t$ranfc % Chicago Lawn 4947 Ashland boul 

Beryson, Grace Schiller 57 Gault pi 

Beryson, Lily L Schiller 57 Gault pi 

Bevans, Alice C Ryerson 91 Columbia pi 

Bevans, Homer La Salle 353 Maple st, Englew'd 

Bied, Rosalia K Park Manor 6453 St. Lawrence av 

Biel, Katharine Whittier 624 Loomis st 

Bierfeld, Tillie Whittier 626 Blue Island av 

Biester, Helene L Parkman 5327 Wentworth av 

Bigelow, Alice A .Douglas 3150 Indiana av 

Bigelow, Florence Hyde Park High 5032 Prairie av 

Bigelow, Frances B Moseley 6103 Dearborn st 

Bigelow, Lucretia J Scammon 456 W. Congress st 

Biggs, Mary E Tilton 2U19 Carroll av 

Bilharz, Jane B Ravenswood 1119 North av., Waukegan 

Billings, Julia J.N. Thorp 3812 Langley av 

Billings, Mary S Van Vlissingen 9719 Howard av 

Binder, Matilda G Cooper 258 W. Polk st 

Bingham, Hannah T . . Adams 1 39 Ontario st 

Binna, Olivia S Drummond 576 N. Ashland av 

Binnewies, N. Victoria. .Harrison 565 31st st 

Birge, Mary L McClellan 3150 Forest av 

Bisbee, Carrie L John Ericsson 889 Warren av 

Bishop, Laura C John Ericsson .. . . .95 Park av 

Bishop, Martha V Froebel 732 Jackson boul 

Black, Jennie A Burroughs 143 Garfield boul 

Black, Jessie C Lewis Blue Island 

Black, Mary Sherwood Blue Island 

Black, Wm. J Sherwood 6621 La Fayette av 

Blackman, Georgia A. . Moseley 3054 Calumet av 

Blackman, Orlando . Supt. Sing. High & Gram. Or. Oak Glen 

Blackwell, H. Isabel . . .Burr 709 N. Ashland av 

Blake, Hanna K Garfield 1024 Van Buren st 

Blanchard, Helen . .Thomas Hoyne 6510 Sheridan av 

Blanks, Emma K Holden Morgan Park 

Blanks, Louise C J. R. Doolittle, Jr Morgan Park 

Blanks, Mary C Holden Morgan Park 

Blatherwick, M. Alice.. Foster 883 Jackson boul 

Blaurock, Anna Pickard 338 Home av., Oak Park 




252 Public Schools. 

Blaxsim, Kate Marquette 278 Marshfield av 

Bley, Caroline A Irving 913 Jackson boul 

Blish, Elizabeth Lewis .6620 Perry av 

Blish, Elizabeth M Moseley 2808 Indiana av 

Blish, Margaret G Sherwood 2808 Indiana av 

Bliss, Bertha S Audubon 1322 Benson av., Evanston 

Bliss, Helen J Sheldon \ .494 Dearborn av 

Block, Louis J Andersen 322 Warren av 

Blodgett, Florence N ...Clarke 350 Hermitage av 

Blodgett, Jessie E Dore 907 W. Harrison st 

Blodgett, Mary M Farragut Hinsdale 

Blount, Ralph E W. Div. High 222 Ewing st 

Bockius, Anna D Knickerbocker 1223 Montana st 

»obe, Henrietta Lincoln 538 Burling st 

»obe, Senate $ Lincoln 538 Burling st 

Bogan, Wm. J Washington 419 Oak st 

Boland, Mary E Manierre 138 Eugenie st 

Boiler, Bertha Columbus 113 N. Leavitt st 

Bolt, Ninette M Brainard 534 S. Oakley av 

Bolte, Edith Springer 3757 Ellis av 

Bonfield, Anna R McAllister 968 31st st 

Bonfield, Mary .Ward 3025 Wabash av 

Bonfield, Susie Calumet Avenue 3025 Wabash av 

Bonfield, Susie A Holden 6048 Langley av 

#omte, 3o$<ttnta 9W* Von Humboldt 404 W. Adams st 

Bonnell, Sarah F N. Div. High 4840 Langley av 

Bonnette, Frances — Prescott 455 Racine av 

Bonner, Rose M Ray 353 E. 46th st 

Booth, Annie W Drummond 909 Grove St., Evanston 

Booth, Florence H Kinzie 545 Cleveland av 

Boothman, Elizabeth... Central Park 191 Dickey av 

Borgman, Elizabeth M.. Blaine 964 N. Clark st 

Borthwick, Lizzie V. Irving Oak Park 

Bosse, Beitha J Mulligan 205 Bissell st 

Boughan, Agnes Brenan 286 Warren av 

Boughan, Mart J. W. , Brenan 286 Warren av 

Bourque, Ida M Clarke 762 W. 12th st 

Bouvet, Jeanne M S. Div. High 1906 Michigan av 

Bowen, Georgia Washburne 28 Pratt pi 

Bowen Katie Mulligan 25 Town st 

Bowers, Alice M Clarke 350 Hermitage av 

Bowers, Teresa A Headley 177 Howe st 

Bowes, Alice S . . .Marquette 282 Robey st 

Bowler, Agnes A Komensky 460 W. Taylor st 



Appendix. 253 

Bowler, Kate E Humboldt 796 Holt av 

Bowling, Julia A Agassiz 1218 N. Halsted st 

Boyce, Mary M La Salle 1522 Lill av 

Boyden, Helen W Arnold 864 North Halsted st 

Boyer, Emanuel R Englewood High 536 61st st 

Boyle, Anna G Jones 3005 Fifth av 

Boynton, Charles E. . . .N. Div. High 3623 Lake av 

fttttofdi, $etooig g Goodrich 692 West Adams st 

Bracken, Emily Beale 558 61st st 

Bracken, Emma A Beale 558 61st st 

Bradford, Priscilla B. . .Hawthorne 259 Fremont st 

Bradley, Kate H Healy 2964 S. Park av 

Bradley, Susan C Columbus 358 Park av 

Bradley Susie A Calumet Avenue 2964 S. Park av 

Bradner, Ermina Hartigan 3320 Dearborn st 

Brady, Ellen M J. N. Thorp 8841 Commercial av 

Brady, M. Arabella Marquette 334 Prairie av. , Oak P'k 

Brady, Minnie Hartigan .4919 Vincennes av 

Brady, Nellie C. Fulton 4252 Atlantic st 

Brady, Susie E Jefferson ." 582 W. 12th st 

Brannon, Ellen G John McLaren 496 Congress st 

Brannon, Virginia S. . .Thos. Chalmers 496 Congress st 

Bratten, Mary R Agassiz 1207 Lill av 

Brauckmann, Dora .Louis Nettelhorst 1824 George av 

Braun, M. E Ke r shaw 6401 Dickey st 

Brayton, Jambs H Raymond 61519 Yale av 

Bray ton, Laura T W. Div. High 638 Jackson boul 

Brazie, Florence M Avondale Mayfair 

Brazill, Mary E McClellan 3038 Lowe av 

Brechbill, Mary O Geo. H. Thomas 281 Webster av 

Breed, Ida S Thos. Chalmers 396 W. Randolph st 

Breese, Bessie M. W. C. Goudy Wilmette 

Breese, J. Clara J. L. Marsh 6431 Sherman st 

Breen, Jennie J Whittier 28 Edgmont av 

Brenker, Elizabeth M . . Arnold 282 Lincoln av 

Brennan, Cecilia M Sherman 6359 Yale av 

Brennan, Geo. A Van Vlissingen 325 111th st 

Brennan, Josephine G. . Brighton 3010 Cottage Grove av 

Brennan, Kittle Jones 1821 Indiana av 

Brennan, Margaret A. .Keith 4225 Calumet av 

Brennan, Margaret A . . Schiller 184 Milton av 

Brennan, May A Whittier 702 W. 21st st 

Brennen, Agnes Mark Sheridan 2704 Michigan av 

Brenock, Marguerite F., Skinner 338 Marshfleld av 



254 Public Schools. 

Brewster, Mary C Wells Wheaton 

Brewster, Mary R Sherman 302 E. Erie st 

Breyer, Emma Von Humboldt 676 IS. Robey st 

Bridgman, Gertrude L. . Woodlawn .6317 Lexington av 

Bridgman, Harriet M . . Montefiore 555 Washington boul 

Briggs, Amelia C W. C. Goudy 2233 Sheridan road 

Briggs, Ida M Clarke 340 Marshfleld av 

Brimblecom, Alice D. S. Wentworth 7052 Honore st 

Brimblecom, Francis E. . W. Div. High 931 W. 22d st 

Brinkworth, Fannie . . .Carpenter. 479 Milwaukee av 

Brisbane, Jeannette W .South Englewood . . .7504 Stewart av 

Brisbin, Ida M Ellen Mitchell 1233 Jackson boul 

Briscoe, Annetta M Madison av 4338 Evans av 

Britain, Adelia M Sumner 2013 W. Adams st 

Britt, Anna Hamilton 35 Concord pi 

Britt, Annie M Sherman 5420 Atlantic st 

Broadbent, Emma A. . . Farren 5310 Atlantic st 

Broderick, Helen D Seward 4539 Emerald av 

Broderick, Mary Graham 4539 Emerald av 

Brookfield, Mary P Oakland 3802 Lake av 

Brookings, M. Ellen Moseley 143 74th st 

Brooks, Grace H M. W. Fuller 3837 Elmwood pi 

Brooks, James W Doran 4617 Langley av 

Brooks, Sarah A Haven 2958 Indiana av 

Bross. Hattie A Goethe 375 N. Franklin st 

Bross, Rosalie Skinner 722 Wells st 

Brown, Agnes M Wicker Park 56 Fowler st 

Brown, Bertha C Healy 3016 Union av 

Brown, Celia Burroughs 3016 Union av 

Brown, Clara M Ray 6415 Wright st 

Brown, Delia M Wicker Park 691 Monroe st 

Brown, Elma L Kenwood 4123 Lake av 

Brown, Emma W Tilton 1499 Washington boul 

Brown, Eugenia K Holmes 3222 Forest av 

Brown, Francis F Auburn Park 6758 Yale av 

Brown, Jessie M. . . — Jackson 163 Blue Island av 

Brown, Kate Brainard 766 W. Adams st 

Brown, Katharine R . . . Burr 457 Austin av 

Brown, Laura McAllister 5533 Washington av 

Brown, Lizzie R Douglas 4021 Vincennes av 

Brown, Mary E Grant 1110 Washington boul 

Brown, Minnie L Clarke 416 S. Paulina st 

Brown, Rose S Seward 3156 Ullman st 

Brown, Tillie J Amerson 348 Walnut st 



Appendix. 255 

Browne, Andrew A Eng. High & Man. Tr. . .41 55th st 

Bruce, Bertha M Brainard 414 S. Oakley av 

$rnel, $cntarbine Armour Street .50 Goethe st 

#ntetttofj, Slttotoe La Salle 39 Lincoln pi 

Brumagim, Lillian S . . .Geo. Wm. Curtis 7050 Union av 

Bruner, Helen S Goethe 131 S. Euclid av.,Oak pk 

#rmtft, fttona <£ W. C Goudy 1323 Grace st 

Bruns, Pauline Hamilton ...» 1812 Lincoln av 

Brust, Louisa . . .Raymond 1630 Prairie av 

Bryant, Dama J ...... .Ravenswood 2716 Commercial st 

Bryant, Mary B Scammon 877 Warren av 

©itdjer, %ima Springer 173 Bissell st 

Buchholz, Fred W Eng. High & Man. Tr . .6818 St. Lawrence av 

Buchholz, Laura Woodlawn . 6818 St. Lawrence av 

Bucher, Petra S Boulevard 133 Humboldt st 

Buckley, Lizzie C . . . Sp. T. Drawing 537 Garfield av 

Buckley, Lynora Franklin 537 Garfield av 

Buckley, Marcella M. . . Bancroft 149 Hoffman av 

Buckley, Mary E Geo. H. Thomas . . .1809 Chicago av., Evanston 

Budd, Ella D. S. Wentworth 5947 Wright st 

Buechel, Caroline Scammon 756 W. Madison st 

Buhmann, Elizabeth C . .La Salle 456 E. North av 

Buhre, Louisa Alcott 44 May st., Lake View 

Bulckens, Louise A. . . . Amerson 5809 W. Ohio st., Austin 

Bullis, Stella L D. S. Wentworth 6618 Honore st 

Bunker, Alice T Walsh Wheaton 

Bunn, Martha Bancroft 789 N. Washtenaw av 

Burch, Elizabeth B Woodlawn 6336 Star av 

Burdick, C. Loretta Pacific , 369 Mentmore av 

Burdick, Elizabeth K . .Prescott 231 Ontario st 

Burdick, Mary E Geo. Wm. Curtis 6014 Wentworth av 

Burgess, Alice E Auburn Park 6951 Sherman st 

Burke, Anna B.... Alcott 190 Chestnut st 

Burke, Catherine A Brenan .3131 Indiana av 

Burke, India Duncan Avenue 6451 Myrtle av 

Burke, Isabel Woodlawn 6451 Myrtle av 

Burke, Lizzie. Hendricks 4061 Atlantic st 

Burke, Maggie.. . .„ Colman 4061 Atlantic st 

Burke, Margaret A Adams 192 N. Market st 

Burke, Margaret E. .Talcott 871 Fulton st 

Burke, Mary Adams 190 Chestnut st 

Burke, Mary L Columbus 664 W. Erie St 

Burke, May S John McLaren 578 W. Congress st 

Burke, Susan Colman 5158 La Salle st 



256 Public Schools. 

Burnham, Elizabeth R.. Lawn dale 1172 Lawndale av 

Burns, Alice L Grant 9 S. Campbell av 

Burns, Annie M Brown 128 S. Ashland av 

Burns, Elizabeth T Garfield 449 S. Leavitt st 

Burns, Flora E Goodrich 382 Jackson boul 

Burns, Jennie M.. Washburne 27 Vernon Park pi 

Burns, Catherine C Ellen Mitchell 9 S. Campbell av 

Burns, Lizzie F Hendricks 4337 Emerald av 

Burns, Marguerite C . .Colman 5548 Wabash av 

Burns, Marie E Central Park 9 S. Campbell av 

Burrows, Martha A — Wells 1199 Washington boul 

Burtch, Augusta A Park Manor 7141 Champlain av 

Burton, Mae Lawndale Hinsdale 

Bury, Jennie H McClellan .. , 4131 Wabash av 

Busch, Grace L Central Park. 83 Park av 

Busch, Kose E % . Emerson .83 Park av 

Busch wah, Amanda E. . Von Humboldt 144 Eugenie st 

Butler, Emma W Keith 936 Central Park av 

Butler, Helen A Headley 291 Webster av 

Butler, Sarah H Yale 6620 Perry av 

Butterfield, Harribt M . .. . Drummond Briggs House 

Butts, Augusta E Boulevard 16 Pratt pi 

Buxbaum, Tillie Mulligan 1020 N. Halsted st 

Buys, Anna Fulton 5334 Union av 

Buys, Margaret Fulton 5334 Union av 

Buzzell, Delos Irving Park 1233 Irving Park boul 

Buzzelle, Helen Newberry 427 Belden av 

Byrne, Elizabeth C S. Englewood 6617 Honore st 

Byrne, John Auburn Park 6630 Dickey st 

Byrne, Katherine A — Kershaw 6630 Dickey st 

Byrne, Katherine J Hammond 817 Taylor st 

Byrne, Margaret Sherman 534 63d st 

Byrne, Margaret M. . . .Beale 6617 Honore st 

Byrne, Mary Sherwood 6738 Wright st 

Byrne, Michael M Chicago Lawn Elsdon 

Byrne, Sarah Lake High 534 63d st 

Cable, Emma Kelvyn Grove 1157 Tripp av 

Cady, Zada L — Mulligan 370 Mohawk st 

Cagney, Margaret V. . . Whittier 526 Paulina st 

Cahill, Anna E Goodrich 489 Hermitage av 

Cahill, Anna E Polk Street 217 W. 12th st 

Cahill, Mary F Farren 4549 Prairie av 

Cain, Mary Dore 285 W. Monroe st 

Cairns, Jane Duncan Avenue 5215 Hibbard av 



Appendix. 257 

Cairns, Mary Greenwood Avenue — 5215 Hibbard av 

Caldwell, Anna M Hayes 656 Washington boul 

Caldwell, Laura B Kosciusko 656 Washington boul 

Callahan, Jennie L Froebel 40 Winthrop pi 

Calley, J. Willard McClellan Park Bidge, 111. 

Callow, Catherine . . Hawthorne 1531 Wrightwood av 

Camann, H. B Sp. T. Phys. Cult 1186 Wrightwood av 

Cameron, Anna M Scammon 686 Warren av 

Campbell, Anna C Scanlan. 2613 116th st 

Campbell, Clara L Woodlawn 6418 Myrtle ay 

Campbell, Elizabeth . . .Geo. Wm. Curtis 11112 Michigan av 

Campbell, Jennie C Andersen 78 Fowler st 

Campbell, Kate Motley 320 W. Indiana st 

Campbell, May F Washington 144 N. Ashland av 

Campion, Ida M Agassiz 1534 Diversey st 

Canavan, Mary J. G — Franklin 148 Oak st 

Canevin, Susie O Huron Street 21 Starr st 

Canney, Alice B Harrison 191 24th st 

Cannon, Abigail A Franklin 237 Oak st 

Cannon, Julia V Oak Street 421 Oak st 

Cannon, Mary E Andersen 678 W. Erie st 

Cannon, Theresa A Newberry 421 Oak st 

Cardona, Carlotta T — Clarke 299 Irving av 

Carman, Charles W Lake View High Evanston 

Carmichael, Jane H Duncan Avenue 5448 Madison av 

Carney, May D. S. Wentworth 58th and Dearborn sts 

Carpenter, Alma L Kelvyn Grove 1166 Howard av 

Carpenter, D' Agnes Ogden 717 Fullerton av 

Carpenter, Edna L Jackson 62 Park av 

Carpenter, Ellen W Jackson 544 Washington boul 

Carpenter, Jennie S Dore 1103 W. Adams st 

Carpenter, Lois E Brentano Jefferson Park 

Carpenter, Nellie M Graham 6344 Stewart av 

Carpenter, Bichard V. .West Division High.. . .1536 Fulton st 

Carr, Jennie Hamilton 434 Dayton st 

Carr, M. Agnes Kosciusko 508 W. Van Buren st 

Carr, Mary Hamilton 434 Dayton st 

Carr, Mary M John Crerar 40 Ogden pi 

Carr, Mary M Talcott 22 Bumsey st 

Carroll, Annie E Whittier 681 W. 14th st 

Carroll, Catherine I. . . .Woodlawn 6517 Ellis av 

Carroll, Sarah A Hammond 886 W. Harrison st 

Carroll, Sara F Beale 9421 Champlain av 

Carson, Mary Jefferson Park Arlington Heights 



258 Public Schools. 

Carter, Mary B Amerson 534 East av., Oak Park 

Carter, Maud E Polk Street 598 W. Erie st 

Carter, Minnie A Phil Sheridan 821 Englewood av 

Case, Sophie.M Hayes 396 Warren av 

Casey, Catherine E Hancock 3160 La Salle st 

Casey, Kathleen A Hawthorne 1470 N. Halsted st 

Casey, Maggie B Rogers 743 W. Adams st 

Casey, Margaret C Longfellow 367 W. 15th st 

Casey, Simon F Boulevard 274 Laflin st 

Cashin, Alice Schiller 33 Whiting st 

Caskey, Annie E Sherwood 6822 Wentworth av 

Caskey, Mary Sherwood 6822 Wentworth av 

Cass, Florence B Goodrich 916 W. Monroe st 

Cassell, Jessica K King 1048 Wilcox av 

Cassidy. Elizabeth V. . . Whittier 132 Washburn av 

Cassidy, Jennie L Franklin 239 Chestnut pi 

Cassidy, Lida I Franklin 239 Chestnut pi 

Cassidy, Margaret M. . .Komensky 53 Newberry av 

Cassidy, Rosella Foster 50 Johnson st 

Cassidy, Sarah A Komensky .53 Newberry av 

Castle, Eva Irving Park Barrington, 111 

Cauley, Mary E Brighton 3611 Leavitt st 

Cavanah, Catherine B... Bryant 1834 W. Polk st 

Cavanah, Elizabeth. . . .Bryant 1834 W. Polk st 

Cavanah, Maggie E. S. .Bancroft 20 Bickerdike st 

Cauemo, Cora Parkside 6352 Woodlawn av 

Cbrmak, Jos Sp. T. Phys. Cult 1562 W. 16th st 

Chacksfleld, Georgiana.Talcott 7 S. Peoria st 

Chadwick, Mary G . . . .S. Div. High 186 36th st 

Chalmers, Katherine E., Dore 558 Warren av 

Chamberlatne, Patrick. .Hancock 4552 State st 

Chamberlin, Grace Andersen 348 Walnut st 

Chamberlin, Wm. H. . . S. Div. High 3532 Vernon av 

Chambers, Helen E Ray 5449 Woodlawn av 

Chandler, Helen Bowmanville 1404 E. Ravenswood p'k 

Chapin, Anna R Sherwood .149 42d st 

Chapin, Annette M Arnold 472 Fullerton av 

Chapin, Louella S. Div. High 5418 Kimbark av 

Chapin, Nellie M . .Kelvyn Grove Mont Clare 

Chapman, Clara R D. S. Wentworth 518 66th ct 

Charles, Jessie M Farragut 840 W. Congress st 

Charles, Mary A Amerson 114 Park av 

Chart, Susie E Blaine 330 La Salle av 

Chase, Arthur W Eng. H. & Man. Tr — 530 W. Monroe st 



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Cheek, Annie T Logan 410 La Salle av 

Cheek, Corinne B Logan 410 La Salle av 

Cheeseman, Miriam M. . Ogden 263 Dearborn av 

Cheevers, Minnie R . . .Jackson 1301 W. Congress st 

Cheney, Nellie A Lewis 615 Chestnut st 

Chenoweth, Sophie John McLaren River Forest 

Chester, Lucy Kershaw 516 Englewood av 

Chilcott, Ethel R Harrison 3220 Vernon av 

Chilcott, Minnie I Harrison. 3220 Vernon av 

Child, Ethel C . . r Auburn Park 6518 Wright st 

Chittick, Charlotte Lewis 6420 Wright st 

Chittick, Eleanor Sherman 6420 Wright st 

Chott, Bessie A Garfield 118 Forquer st 

Christensen, Effib A. M . .Langland 259 Webster av 

Christian, Elizabeth A., Montefiore 223 Park av 

Christian, Kate F Montefiore 223 Park av 

Christainsen, Mary S . . . Alcott 1422 N. Clark st 

Christie, Bertha A. . . . Newberry 420 Center st 

Christie, Emma E Garfield 529 Chestnut st, Eng 

Chudleigh, Harriet Van Vlissingen 7931 Lyons av 

Church, Grace Beale 1322 61st st 

Church, Emma M Pacific 1524 Fulton st 

Churchill, Francis A. . .Louis Nettlehorst 650 Cleveland av 

Clancey, Jennie Greeley 315 Lincoln av 

Clancey, Minnie N Geo. H. Thomas 51 Surrey ct 

Clapp, Lydia E. S John Ericsson 370 S. Sacramento av 

Clark, AddieC Goethe 575W. North av 

Clark, Annie B Hammond 630 S. California av 

Clark, Henry G N.-W. Div. High 1015 Washington boul 

Clark, Horace L Hermann Raster 829 Maple st 

Clark, Lottie C Foster 377 Marshfield av 

Clark, Maria Louis Nettlehorst 823 Larrabee st 

Clark, Marietta D. S. Wentworth 5104 Wabash av 

Clark, Mary F Headley 1 Park av 

Clark, Minnie C Hyde Park High 57th & Madison av 

Clark, Sarah S Burnside 133 30th st 

Clark, Susan E Froebel Clarendon Hills 

Clarke, Edith M Haven 636 Boulevard pi 

Clarke, Hattie Hayes 602 Fulton st 

Clarke, Nina B Newberry 253 Orchard st 

Clarkson, Elmer P. . .Arnold 518 Orchard st 

Claus, Bertha J Cornell 6309 Wentworth av 

Claussen, C. H Doran 5131 S. Western av 

Clay, Maria P Calumet Avenue 2937 Vernon av 



260 Public Schools. 

Clay, Susan I Gallistel 9736 Avenue J 

Claybbro, George M . . . W. Div. High Oak Park 

Clementsen, Augusta G. . .Andersen 726 N. Washtenaw av 

Clennon, Nellie K Scanlan 123 115th st 

Cleveland, Lillian. . . *. .Prescott 164 Dearborn av 

Clifford, Julia John Ericsson 1317 Van Buren st 

Clifford, Rosa M Horace Mann 655 37th ct 

Cline, May B Goodrich 29 Nixon st 

Clinton, Sadie F Calhoun 1676 Fulton st 

Clock, Diana V. H Calhoun 806 Warren av 

Ctoffet, 3»Ka Irving : . . .367 Larrabee st 

Clowry, Anna Hancock 4823 Prairie av 

Cobb, Elizabeth F Geo. H. Thomas 533 Belden av 

Cobelli, Chas Sp. T. Phys. Cult 699 W. 2lst st 

Cochran, Dora M Henry Clay. 7346 Railroad av 

Cochran, Nellie J. L. Marsh 7346 Railroad a,v 

Cochran, Martha Rogers 593 W. Van Buren st 

Codd, Margaret J. O'Toole 1837 Michigan av 

Codding, Myra H Buckley 1398 35th st 

Coddington, Arch. O. . .Knickerbocker 529 Burling st 

Cody, Anna M Beale 6321 Honore st 

Coffee, Lizzie M Schiller 1843 N. Ashland av 

Cohen, Carrie A Moseley. 3335 Calumet av 

Cohen, Caroline Washburne 46 Winthrop pi 

Conn, Rebecca Polk Street 220Laflinst 

Colburn, Anna B Goethe 16 Jefferson ct 

Colby, Francelia J. R. Doolittle, Jr 68 37th st 

Colby, Maude H Mark Sheridan 182 24th pi 

Cole, Aaron H Lake High 5726 Monroe av 

Cole, Gertrude O Calumet Avenue 3931 Forest av 

Coleburn, Minnie A Geo. Wm. Curtis 5 112th st 

Coleman, Blanche J Central Park 192 S. Homan av 

Coleman, Julia F Harrison 4219 Wabash av 

Coleman, Mary T Kinzie 248 Superior st 

Coles, Ella B. Skinner 2153 W. 25th st 

Colfer, Bessie Y South Halsted Street. .19 Margaret st 

Collins, Helen M Calhoun 158 Park av 

Collins, Maggie A Hawthorne 121 3 Waveland av 

Collins, Maggie H Holden : . . . .2925 Bonfield st 

Collins, Mary T Throop 23 Plum st 

Collins, Nellie A Froebel 23 Plum st 

Coleman, Laura L Pullman Pullman 

Colt, Florence J West Pullman 6325 Oglesby av 

Colveb, Susie E Horace Mann 100 35th st 



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Appendix. 261 

Colvoell, Lewis W. , Avondale 409 Lee av 

Combs, Bye B Auburn Park 547 81st st 

Compher, Lily M Sherwood 4908 Wabash av 

Compher, Mary B Beale 4908 Wabash av 

Compton, Helen D . . . . S. Div. High Lakota Hotel 

Comstock, Walter H — Englewood High Woodbine Hotel 

Condon, Estelle L Bancroft 182 N. Curtis st 

Conley, Rose Oak Street 219 Townsend st 

Conley, Sarah E Haven 772 44th st 

Connell, Ella R Throop 343 Center st 

Connelly, Bridget Franklin 62 Whiting st 

Connelly, Sarah C Franklin 62 Whiting st 

Conner, Bessie M. Walsh 102 W. Congress st 

Conner, Beth Hamilton State and Oak sts 

Conners, Mamie E McClellan 3126 S. La Salle st 

Conhers, Mamie L Andersen 423 Carroll av 

Connor, Lida Drummond 909 N. Robey st 

Connor, Sam. J. A Calumet High 1420 Monroe st 

Conroy, Nellie M Holden 3505 S. Halsted st 

Considine, Annie T — Horace Mann 3816 Armour av 

Considine, Eva G Froebel 503 S. Paulina st 

Considine, Nellie F . . . .Froebel 503 S. Paulina st 

Conway, Margaret Hancock 603 Englewood av 

Conway, Margaret D. . .Fulton 55 32d st 

Cook, Bella L Agassiz 1242 George st 

Cook, Bessie M Sumner 341 Wisconsin av 

Cook, Charles A Jefferson High 1059 Prescott st 

Cook, Genevieve Tilton 918 Warren av 

Cook, Ida M Brighton 3207 Prairie av 

Cooke, Anna L Keith 4423 Champlain av 

Cooke, Josephine B — Moseley 4423 Champlain av 

Cooke, Mary G Kinzie .297 E. Erie st 

Cookingham, Maude . . .Irving Park 2194 St. Charles av 

Cookingham, Marion . .Foster 1059 Jackson boul 

Coombs, Grace D M. W. Fuller 43 S. May st 

Coon, Chas. D Kelvyn Grove 301 Lydiard st 

Coone, Henrietta Hyde Park High 440 57th st 

Cooney, Mamie V McAllister 3514 Emerald av 

Cooper, Alice J Wells 32 S. Wood st 

Cooper, Ellen L Ward 3537 Armour av 

Cooper, May S Lincoln 290 Belden av 

Cooper, Olive Brentano 345 Hoffman av 

Corbett, Annie L Sherman 4861 Atlantic st 

Corbett, Josephine H. . .Von Humboldt 938 N. Rockwell st 



262 Public Schools. 

Corbin, Ellen M Jones 6440 Lexington av 

Corrigan, Gertrude — La Salle 1633 Roscoe st 

Corwin, Edward M Brentano 1168 Warner av 

Cossar, Clara E. L Greeley 1716 Barry ay 

Costello, Bessie F Geo. H. Thomas 360 Center st 

Costello, Camilla Sherwood 428 W. 61st st 

Costello, Ellen F Walsh 177 W. 22d st 

Costello, Margaret G . .Holden 428 W. 61st st 

Cotell, Louisa Brentano 2378 Selwyn av 

Cottle, Freeman N. .Sp. T. Singing Columbia Hotel 

Cougle, Susan E Harrison The Potomac 

Courtney, Delia M. . . . Wicker Park 710 W. Ohio st 

Cowan, Kate . . .. Emerson 241 S. Robey st 

Cowan, Margaret L — Walsh 3621 Dearborn st 

Cowan, Minnie R McAllister 2975 Wabash av 

Cowan, Susie L .. . Horace Mann 2975 Wabash av 

Cowper, E. Alice Irving 215 Warren av 

Cox, Aones Sup. Singing Pri. Grades. .546 Jackson boul 

Cox, Henry C FroebeH 451 Irving av 

Cox, Mary E Alice L. Barnard 10233 Wood st 

Coyle, Anna La Fayette 948 W. Adams st 

Coyne, Kittie M . John Ericsson 1476 Monroe st 

Crane, Gertrude Manierre 22 Wisconsin st 

Crane, Mariette C Englewood High 447 Englewood av 

Crane, Olivia A Tilden 16 Hamilton av 

Craney, Mary E Geo. Howland 1298 Ogden av 

Crawford Louise M Goethe 870 Mitchell av 

Creedon, Clara Wright. John McLaren 607 Congress st 

Cresap, Clara Y Carter 519 Chestnut st., Eng. 

Crisen, Antonia A Garfield 1514 W. 19th st 

Crisler, A. Gertrude . . . Headley 1009 N. Clark st 

Crittenton, Lillie La Fayette 1543 Harvard st 

Crocker, Millie J Oakland 4205 Langley av 

Crogan, Agnes F Hedges 3439 Laurel st 

Cronk, Nettie M . Sherman 5958 Green st 

Crosby, E. Isabel McPherson 1028 Greenleaf st., Evanston 

Crotty, Mary A Buckley 3422 Laurel st 

Crowe, Alice T Park Manor 7138 Evans av 

Crowe, Eva B Beale 635 Chestnut st., Eng. 

Crowe, Genevieve — . . Blue Island Avenue . . .365 W. Congress st 

Crowe, Loretto M Park Manor 7138 Evans av 

Crowe, Mary A Raymond 3138 Wabash av 

Crowe, Minnie A Carpenter 194 Grand av 

Growell, Fannie J Garfield 404 W. Adams st 



Appendix. 263 

Crowley, Hattie A — Sherman 6683 Michigan av 

Crowley, Katharine M . Agassiz 1334 Dunning st 

Crumb, Jean M Washington 157 S. Robey st 

Cueny, Elizabeth A Healy 2720 Armour av 

Cull, Annie F Goodrich 264 Morgan st 

Cullen, Katharine M . . .Cummings 8908 Commercial av 

Cullen, Mary A J. L. Marsh 8908 Commercial av 

Cummins, Agnes B Garfield 11 Gurley st 

Cunningham, Anna M . . . Healy 4010 Vincennes av 

Cunningham, Sara L . .Oak Street 708 Wells st 

Cureton, Delia E Emerson 46 Lexington av 

Cureton, Mary L John Ericsson 46 Lexington av 

Curran, Sarah A Park Manor 4219 State st 

Currier, Emily C Tilden 312 Clinton av 

Curtin, Marie Jackson 24 Vernon Park pi 

Curtis, Harriet G Geo. Howland 367 Marshfleld av 

Curtis, Kate B Logan 231 Fairview av 

Curtis, Hannah S Ogden — 204 Cass st 

Curtis, Louise S James R. Doolittle, Jr.. 4558 Evans av 

Curtis, Tammie Springer 6454 Grove pi 

Curtiss, Mary E Mulligan 155 Seminary av 

Cushing, Katharine M . Foster 490 S. Robey st 

Cushing, Mary A Fallon 243 W. 39th st 

Cushing, Nellie F Goodrich ^ 490 S. Robey st 

Cuthbertson, Jeanette. .Goethe 158 N. Carpenter st 

Cutler, J. Kathrine Irving 16 Pratt pi 

Cutler, Robert E N. W. Div. High 45 Baxter st 

Cutt8,AnnaM. Raymond |H^O«£Wfl,rt 

Dabbs, Sarah A Duncan Avenue 6437 Woodlawn av 

Dahlem, Flora L Bancroft 20 Ewing pi 

Daley, Annie E Carpenter 200 N. Ashland av 

Dally, Mary E Duncan Avenue 4118 Lake av 

Dalton, Anna P Komensky 649 21st st 

Dalton, Eva L Ravenswood Rogers Park 

Dalton, Kate Mulligan 1622 Wolfram st 

Daly, Elizabeth F Manierre 320 N. Franklin st 

Daly, Emma C Lincoln 421 Garfield av 

Daly, Lizzie R Ogden 421 Garfield av 

Daly, Minnie E La Salle 421 Garfield av 

Daly, Sarah A Holden 3517 Fifth av 

Dameier, Mary H M. W. Fuller 4329 Prairie av 

SXtmmamt, Soljamta Madison Avenue 720 60th st 

Danfortb, Aurelia B.. . .Oak Ridge 5859 La Salle st 



264 Public Schools. 

Danforth, Ella M Yale 5859 La Salle st 

Danforth, Helen J Parkside 5825 Kimbark av 

Danforth, Louise L Fifty-fourth Street 5825 Kimbark av 

Danforth, Mary E Oak Ridge 5859 La Salle st 

Dannehy, Mary M Wells 314 W. Huron st 

Danson, Hannah M Hermann Raster 5640 Atlantic st 

Darrow, Edward E S. Div. High 6443 Grace av 

Darrow, Jennie L Park Manor 3532 Vernon av 

Dart, Lydia B Prescott . 307 Racine av 

Darveau, Fannie C Bryant 182 Walnut st 

Davidson, Cecilia D . . . . John Ericsson 1342 Jackson boul 

Davidson, Martha E . . .Schiller 51 Grand av 

Davies, Emma L Alice L. Barnard 6716 Perry av 

Davis, Agnes L Brentano 1230 Maplewood av 

Davis, Alice E Skinner .165 Sacramento av 

Davis, Anna Columbus 14 Hart st 

Davis, Anna M Sheldon 18 Scott st 

Davis, Beulah Froebel 1273 Congress st 

Davis, Clara Cornell 3514 Vernon st 

Davis, Cora L Burr 390 La Salle av 

Davis, Emma F Marquette 589 Millard av 

Davis, George W . . . . .Hawthorne 1430 Montrose boul 

Davis, Harriet B Marquette 589 Millard av 

Davis, Helen Duncan Avenue 3514 Vernon av 

Davis, Laura M Audubon 18 Scott st 

Davis, Lydia S Fernwood 10228 Union av 

Davis, Margaretta Sherwood 6840 Perry av 

Davis, Mary A Calhoun 115 Colorado av 

Davis, Mary E Calhoun 165 Sacramento av 

Davis, Winifred J Doran 2901 Poplar av 

Dawson, Nora T Kosciusko 138 E. Erie st 

Dayton, Isadore T Moseley 3960 Drexel boul 

Deal, EdithH Headley 246Bissellst 

Dean, Mary H Polk Street 382 Jackson boul 

Dean, Sophia L Armour Street 130 Park av 

St&tt, <£at&eritte 91 La Salle Oak & State sts 

Decker, Letitia S Garfield 40 Vernon Park pi 

Decker, Martha M Central Park 163 S. Wood st 

Becker, Nettie O Arnold 1105 Winona st 

Deckwer, Emma H — Talcott . 41 Walnut st 

Deckwer, Rose M Armour Street 41 Walnut st 

De Clarke, Christina. . .Graham 10236 Clinton st 

De Clarke, Geo. W Scanlan 10236 Clinton st 

Deering, Alice A Langland 23 Ewing pi 



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Appendix. 265 • 

Deery , Elizabeth C Van Vlissingen 328 Cedar st 

JDeQoode, Susie Cooper .994 W. Van Buren st 

Delafontaine, Marc — S. Div. High .121 Honore st 

De La Mater, Ida Kershaw 407 67th st 

De Lano, Addie J Wells 246 Oak st 

Delano, Juliette Louis Nettelhorst 60 Grant pi 

Del Banco, Bessie Tilden 59 Park av 

Del Banco, Miriam Von Humboldt 69 Park av 

De Long, Elizabeth E. .Franklin 1428 Newport av 

De Long, Winifred L. . W. C. Goudy 1428 Newport av 

De Luce, Arvilla C John Ericsson 197 S. California av 

Deneen, Florence Sherwood 559 Chestnut st 

Dennis, Ellen W N. Div. High 517 Touhy av., Bogers Park 

Dennis, Florence E Washington 1686 Barry av 

Dennis, Waldo Sheldon 517 Touhy av. , Rogers Park 

DePuy, Harriette M — Beale 1 6703 La Fayette av 

Deratt, Viola Englewood High 6837 Perry av 

Des Mond, Cassie R — Pickard 445 Washington boul 

Des Mond, Clare M — Walsh 445 Washington boul 

$e3$aner, (£fora Phil. Sheridan 2959 Groveland av 

Deutsche, Harriette E.. Armour Street 34 Union Park pi 

De Vilbiss, Jeannette . . Blaine 1537 Wrightwood av 

Devine, Belle M McClellan 3452 Dearborn st 

Dew, Agnes E Arnold 60 Grant pi 

2>c SBalb, <£lt$a&ctD 2R. . . .Healy 230 Fremont st 

Dewey, Electa E. . .Calumet Avenue 2921»Vernon av 

Dewey, Ella A. Skinner La Grange 

Dewey, Helena Hamilton. . 1853 Sherman av., Evanston 

Dewey, James R W. Div. High 619 Washington boul 

Dewey, Jennie B Van Vlissingen 355 110th st 

Dibelka, James B Englewood High 533 W. 60th st 

Dickey, Penelope C Central Park 506 N . Central av., Austin 

Dicks, Elizabeth : . McPherson 812 Pratt av., Rogers Park 

Dickson, Nellie L Scammon La Grange 

Diefenbach, Addie A. ..Parkman Blue Island 

Dietz, Minnie A Goethe 2231 St. Charles av 

Dignan, Mamie V ! Washburne 205 De Koven st 

Dillon, Annie L Tilden 701 Carroll av 

Dillon, Augustus R. .Manierre 134 Hudson av 

Dillon, Elroy A Jones 1016 W. 87th st 

Dimmer, Lizzie Andersen 21 Commercial av 

Dimnent, Maude Garfield 39 York st 

Dimon, Lydia A N. Div. High — 546 Garfield av 

Dimond, Ida B Ray 40 37th pi 



266 Public Schools. 

Dineen, Ella Douglas 2630 Calumet av 

Dingee, Gertrude Hyde Park High 5716 Washington av 

Dinsmore, Charles L. . La Salle Winnetka 

Dixon, Maude E La Fayette Downer's Grove, 111 

Dodd, Margaret T Hendricks 358 E. 54th st 

Dodds, Emma Lowell 221 Walnut st 

Dodge, Chester C — Ellen Mitchell 720 Washington boul 

Dodge, Solon S Bose Hill Summerdale 

Dodge, William C Franklin 478 Kenmore av 

Doherty, Anna G Farragut 617 Millard av 

Doherty, Kathryn A. . .Everett 3234 S. Paulina st 

Doherty, Mary A Holden 3234 S. Paulina st 

Doheny, Mary C Holmes 6359 Honore st 

Dolan, Agnes E Polk Street 61 Nixon st 

Dolton, Catherine Ri verdale . . Dolton 

Dolton, Isabella West Pullman . .Dolton 

Domire, Isabel Irving Park Barrington 

Donaghho, Lenore. . . . .Hawthorne 170 Howe st 

Donahue, Josephine L.. Pacific 214 Humboldt boul 

Donahue, Kate A Everett : 1537 Harrison st 

Donahue, Margaret D. .Cummings 305 91st st 

Donahue, Marie F Foster 597 Ogden av 

Donahue, Nora Washburne 697 Ogden av 

$oniat, 3o$e#nne € Sherwood 371 E. Superior st 

Doniat, Thecla Hawthorne 371 E. Superior st 

Donlin, Anne J Carpenter 262 Loomis st 

Donnelly, Margaret — Hammond 469 Washington boul 

Donnelly, Marguerite. .Froebel 1096 Polk st 

Donoghue, Minnie E. . .Sheldon 440 Oak st 

Donovan, Margaret C. . .Phil. Sheridan 6801 Wabash av 

Donovan, Theresa F. . .John McLaren 278 Oakley av 

Doran, Blanche K Hammond Austin 

Doran, Lura L Amerson 225 Walnut av., Austin 

Doran, Marie H Ryerson 225 Walnut av., Austin 

Dorothy, Stella A Knickerbocker 1323 Wilton av 

Doubek, Minnie Carpenter 1553 Fulton st 

Dougall, Jean Ogden 47 Cedar st 

Dougherty, Lillian F. . .Talcott 49 Hamilton av 

Dougherty, Luella E. . .Von Humboldt 330 La Salle av 

Dougherty, Margaret F. . ..Manierre 187 Osgood st 

Dougherty, Minnie G . .Phil. Sheridan . 9456 Commercial av 

Douglas, Fannie E. . . . Harrison 3118 State st 

Douglas, Virginia A. . .Harrison 3118 State st 

Doute, Annie J Ryerson 1565 W. Monroe st 



Appendix. 267 

Dover, Maud E Alice L. Barnard 1416 108d st 

Dow, Theresa M Tilden 394 Washington boul 

Dowdell, Lotta F Clarke 531 Washburne av 

Dowdell, Maude E Wells 528 Monroe st 

Downer, Cora E. S King 977 W. Van Buren st 

Downey, Mary F Jefferson 670 W. Taylor st 

Downs, Augusta L Hayes 880 Warren av 

Downs, Julia H. . .-. Ellen Mitchell 113 Seeley av 

Doyle, Katharine V. . . . Woodlawn 3230 Fifth av 

Doyle, Lucy M Geo. Howland 441 Hermitage av 

Doyle, Margaret Sheldon 39 Pearson st 

Doyle, Mary J McClellan 3545 Wallace st 

Draper, Henrietta O — Kinzie 551 Flournoy st 

Drew, Elizabeth L Woodlawn 430(5 Calumet av 

Drew, Hannah I Graham 4356 Union av 

Drewett, Maud A Goodrich 1529 W. Monroe st 

Drezmal, Anna Greeley 1256 N. Halsted st 

$nte$l, 3tol)amta € Hawthorne 782 Herndon av 

Drummond, Jessie C . . .McPherson 1137 Oak av., 8. Evanston 

Drummond, Minnie J. .Brighton 2330 Indiana av 

Dryfuss, Flora . . Douglas 3116 Forest av 

Dryfuss, Sarah Boulevard 640 Jane st 

Dudley, Josephine C . . Montefiore . . . > 409 Washington boul 

Duffield, Alice J. R. Doolittle, Jr 3020 Groveland av 

Dumeld, Grace Greenwood Avenue 3020 Groveland av 

Duffin, May C Jones 2419 Michigan av 

Duffy, Mabel A Taylor 9912 Avenue K 

Duffy, Margaret Pullman 1464 Indiana av 

Duggan, Kate M Hancock 329 Swan st 

Duggan, Rosa Burroughs 329 Swan st 

Duguid, Maud M Cooper 653 S. Ashland av 

Dummer, Alice M> Garfield 2174 Clifton st 

Dunbar, Mary E Headley 22 Wisconsin st 

Dunkle, Lulu Calhoun 180 Francisco st 

Dunklee, Edith M Scammon 1059 Jackson boul 

Dunkley, Emma L Kershaw 4744 Woodlawn av 

Dunn, Anna E Parkman 419 W. 51st st 

Dunn, Elizabeth J Greeley 1325 Sheffield av 

Dunne, Amelia M Central Park 940 Warren av 

Dunne, Anna M Burroughs 3326 Auburn av 

Dunne, Julia S. Halsted Street 3326 Auburn av 

Dunne, L. C Washburne 929 Trumbull av 

Dunne, Mary Seward 4125 Union st 

Dupre, Olive E Jackson 99 Laflin st 



268 Public Schools. 

Dupuy, Henrietta Knickerbocker 381 Bissell st 

Durand, Karl Lake View High 1543 Wrightwood av 

Durbin, Eva C S. Division High 455 55th st 

Durham, Sophia &p. T. Drawing 3601 Vincennes av 

Durlacher, Leah Grant 980 Jackson boui 

Dusey, Kate M Holden 2713 Logan st 

Dyer, Marion H Brainard 1160 Wilcox av 

Dymond, Ella J Goodrich 976 W. Adams st 

Dymond, Lizzie A Goodrich 976 W. Adams st 

Dynan, Harriet 7. Lawndale Hinsdale 

Dynan, Margaret A . . .Franklin -, 1322 Noble av 

Eager, Martha B Yale 5920 Dickey st 

Earle, Anita L Brentano 2544 St. Charles av., Irv'g Pk 

Earle, Ella E Louis Nettelhorst 823 Larrabee st 

Eastman, M. Edna Ravenswood 2917 N. Paulina st 

Eaton, Dora Foster 207 Warren av 

Eaton, Mae Foster 207 Warren av 

Eaton, Sarah J Newberry 530 Weiland st 

IBM, 2france$ca t& Harrison 2121 Michigan av 

Eberhart, Georgiana F. . Chicago Lawn Chicago Lawn 

Eberhart, Laura Hamilton 1306 Wellington av 

Eckstorm, Pauline O . . .Huron Street 1754 Frederick st 

Eckstorm, Helena 1 — Arnold 901 Larrabee st 

Eckstorm, Jennie K — Audubon 1754 Frederick st 

Eddy, Clara E Ward 2532 Dearborn st 

Edenheim, Jennie T — Mulligan 315 Lincoln av 

Edington, Marietta Goodrich 422 S. Oakley av 

Edler, Eleanor J Wicker Park 204 Evergreen av 

Edmonson, Eva Kershaw • 505 62d st 

Edwards, Jennie Brainard 379 Campbell a v 

Egan, Katharine M — Cornell 4101 Indiana av 

Egan, Margaret West Pullman 4101 Indiana av 

©get, SRegtaa Auburn Park 6653 Harvard av 

Eger, Sabina Moseley 2501 Indiana av 

Eggleston, Hattie R — Taylor 6506 Yale av 

Eiles, Katharine Langland 797 N. Leavitt st 

Eisenberg, May S Wells 703 Washington boul 

(EtSlcr, (SfliSttfotl) Throop and Komensky.23 Eugenie st 

(SStnmt, 3«ttael 3 Raymond 5740 La Salle st 

Elfeld, Albertine L Newberry 395 Dayton st 

(Slid, SRtttijUbe Hyde Park High 3538 Ellis av 

(Slid, aWtaita SB .Graham 4223 Calumet av 

Elliott, James M N. Div. High 1660 Aldine st 

Elliott, Mary A Irving 231 S. Western av 



Appendix. 269 

Ellis, Maud E Wells 602 Washington boul 

Elmslie, Louise C Forestville. . . .. 4448 Champlain av 

Elting, A. Rosa Oak Street 395 N. State st 

Elwell, Louise C Brainard 353 S. Leavitt st 

Eiwell, Sarah M Auburn Park 6454 Grove pi 

Ely, Louise F Kershaw 328 62d st 

Ely, Marion A. . Englewood High 259 49th st 

Emerick, Mary A Sherwood 5982 Union av 

Emery, Adele M Webster .4014 Vincennes av 

Enander, Ada Blaine 55 Oak pi 

Engel, Andrew Burnside Calumet P. O 

English, Gertrude E. . .Jones 6120 Sheridan av 

English, Jane P Dunoan Avenue 6120 Sheridan av 

Enright, Helen M Raymond 3634 Rhodes av 

Enright, Mary Everett 2919 Shields av 

Enright, Mary A . - . S. Div. High . 713 W. Jackson st 

(Srfttrtjj, (Smma Sherman and H. Raster. 6313 Honore st 

Erickson, Arnette Bancroft 4200 Langley av 

Erwin, Katherine Lowell 12 S. Ann st 

Espy, Fanny M. Irving Park 2326 Selwyn av., Irv. P'k 

Etten, Frances S. Div. High 250 28th st 

Euphrat, Etta Brenan 2484 Archer av 

Euphrat, Minnie Brenan 2484 Archer av 

Evans, Anna Cummings 986 106th st 

Evans, Eliza E . Calhoun 1297 Adams st 

Evans, Elizabeth Lawndale 1 165 Bonney av 

Evans, Lizzie A Drummond 176 Loomis st 

Evans, Sarah M S. Halsted Street. 729 Warren av 

Evers, Maude B Avondale 2461 Harding av.,Irv.Pk 

(Btfler, $ori$ 2R Ellen Mitchell 750 W. Chicago av 

grafter, (Oemenitoe # Englewood High 6314 Stewart av 

Fair, Ellie M Bowen 7564 Bond av 

Fairbank, H. W Sp. T. Singing 6111 Stewart av 

Fairman, Emily W Brown 533 Carroll av 

Falley, Louise A Ravenswood 697 Leland av 

Fallon, Katherine S . . . Madison av 3751 Elmwood pi 

Fallon, Nellie L McClellan 3751 Elmwood pi 

Fanning, Lizzie C .... Langland 374 E. Chicago av 

Fanning, Mary Franklin 374 E. Chicago av 

Fansler, Ella S Alice L. Barnard 7242 Perry av 

Farling, Georgia A — Keith 3344 Calumet av 

Farley, Bose A Hedges 5442 Bishop st 

Farnham, Jessie E Ellen Mitchell 304 Irving av 

Farnsworth, Cora A . . .John Crerar 1074 Polk st 



270 Public Schools. 

Farnsworth, James B. .Logan May fair 

Fan, Ada R Irving Park .2499 Lombard av 

Farrell, Fannie T Alcott 569 Orchard at 

Farrell, Lizzie E Lincoln 569 Orchard st 

Farrell, Sadie M Garfield 323 S. Morgan st 

F arson, M. Elizabeth . . Brown 134 Warren av 

Faucette, Ella M Moseley 3006 Wabash av 

Favor, Mary H Kenwood 1 Madison Park 

Favor, Myrtie A Raymond 6122 Stewart av 

Fay, Mary F :N. W. Div. High 331 Linden av 

Fay, Patrick F House of Correction ... 90 Brown st 

Fayette, Harriet George Howland 285 S. Oakley av 

Feilchenfeld, Doris .... Washburne 3523 Calumet av 

2fei|, £tbtoifl Mark Sheridan . . . . < c. . 2502 Wabash av 

3fclbfcttHH>, Wttna N. Division High 833 N. Clark st 

Fellows, Minnie E Franklin 66 Clifton av 

Felsenthal, Bertha B . .Tilden 450 W. Randolph st 

Felsenthal, Emma Blue Island Avenue — 450 W. Randolph st 

Felsenthal, Estelle J. N. Thorp 223 Jackson Park Terrace 

Felt, Ida A Irving 934 Spaulding av 

Ferguson, Helen E Pullman 201 Watt av 

Ferguson, Kate Froebel 676 Polk st 

Ferris, Lorena Calhoun 277 Ashland boul 

Fick, Alma S Agassiz 420 E. Chicago av 

Fickell, Florence Pullman 10534 Michigan av 

Field, Alice E Brown 181 Warren av 

Field, Chattie E Everett 56th st. and Wash't'n av 

Final, Emma E Louis Nettelhorst 650 Cleveland av 

Finnegan, Margaret L. . .Jefferson Park Jefferson Park 

Finnigan, Maggie A . . .Washington 184 N. Wood st 

Finty, Margaret Agassiz 548 Garfield av 

Fischer, Carrie Hawthorne 109 Fremont st 

gfiSdjer, Cbettne 3 • George H. Thomas. ... 650 Sedgwick st 

Fischer, Huldah L La Fayette 514 N. Central av, Austin 

Fischer, Jennie Drummond 426 N. Ashland av 

Fischer, Louise E Brighton 3514 Wentworth av 

Fish, Carrie T. G J. R. Doolittle, Jr 3226 Calumet av 

Fishback, Lydia W — Goethe 21 Seeley av 

Fisher, Margaret A Ellen Mitchell 218 S. Campbell av 

Fisher, Minnetta S — Lowell 177 Austin av 

Fisk, Elizabeth E Lake View No. 5 . .1028 Dempster st, Evanston 

Fisk, Franklin P N. W. Div. High 661 Davis st 

Fitch, Albertine G La Salle 82 Hammond st 

Fitch, Carrie L Geo. W. Curtis 6747 Union av 



Appendix. 271 

Fitch, LillianE Brown 593 Monroe st 

Fitch, Margaret S. . .Prescott 227 Seminary av 

Fitts, Mary S King 922 Jackson boul 

Fitzgerald, Agnes La Fayette 326 Park av 

Fitzgerald, Alice Horace Mann 4613 Emerald av 

Fitzgerald, Annie E.. . .McClellan 3727 Dearborn st 

Fitzgerald, Annie T.. . .Doran 3211 La Salle st 

Fitzgerald, Johanna Mark Sheridan 2432 La Salle st 

Fitzgerald, Julia T. . . . .Parkman 2924 South Park av 

Fitzgerald, Kate Horace Mann 4613 Emerald av 

Fitzgerald, Luella Washington 484 Madison st 

Fitzgerald, Margaret W. . .Throop 4644 Evans av 

Fitzgerald, Mary E — Ryerson . 93 Hamlin av 

Fitzgerald, Mary E. . . .Keith 508 30th st 

Fitzgerald, Nellie Moseley 3124 Forest av 

Fitzgerald, Theresa Longfellow 418 W. Monroe st 

Fitzgibbon, Catherine.. La Fayette 32 S. Hoyne av 

Fitz Patrick, Catherine. .Horace Mann 3421 Parnell av 

Fitzpatrick, Mary A — Brenan 516 26th st 

Fitzpatrick, Mary E.. . .George H. Thomas 464 Cly bourn av 

Fitzsimmons, Frances. .Hamilton Evanston 

Fitzsimmons, Mary C . .Jones 264 Elm st 

Flagg, Eda D John McLaren .294 W. Monroe st 

Flagg, Sarah O Tilden Norwood Park 

"Flanagan, Emma G Hoerner 4528 Emerald av 

Flanagan, Margaret — Hendricks 3907 Prairie av 

Flanders, Nellie M — Ravenswood 2746 N. Paulina st 

Flanigan, Mary A. B. . .Webster 3160 Fifth av 

Flannagan, Emma Hendricks 

Flannery, Loretta Hartigan 6335 Wharton av 

Flannery, Nellie T Clarke 66 Washburne av 

Fleming, Hadassah M. . . .M. W. Fuller 143 Oakwood boul 

Fleming, Mae I Clarke 444 Aihland boul 

Fleming, Maud M Jefferson 442 Marsh field av 

Fleming, Sarah A Jefferson 442 Marshfleld av 

Fleming, Marian Hamilton 625 41st st 

Flood, Minnie V Ogden 276 Oak st 

Flood, Sarah B Langland 127 S. Western av 

ftfoSfy, Marie Schiller 163 Cleveland av 

Flowers, Tammie E. .Washburne 83 De Kalb st 

Flynn, Elizabeth A . . . .Cooper 476 S. Paulina st 

Flynn, Julia M. McAllister 3814 Emerald av 

Flynn, Margaret L — Parkman 411 Garfield boul 

Flynn, Mary T. Franklin 460 E. North av 






272 Public Schooh. 

Fogg, Bertha L Farren. 5808 Indiana av 

Fogg, Edith A Kershaw 5808 Indiana av 

Foley, Joanna E Healy 5004 Dearborn st 

Foley, Mary . . Yale : 6620 Perry av 

Foltz, Elizabeth A Moseley 2213 Michigan av 

Fontayne, Bertha Horace Mann 3210 Forest av 

Fontayne, Ida Horace Mann 3210 Forest av 

Foote, Gertrude H Goethe 1993 Adams st 

Forbes, Annie Carter 5859 Michigan av 

Ford, Alice M Lincoln 405 Seminary av 

Ford, Anna E Central Park 775 Warren av 

Ford, Charles H Calhoun 1326 Adams st 

Ford, Josephine C Brighton 3233 Wabash av 

Ford, Kate E Motley 260 Garfield av 

Ford, Julia S Graham 660 W. 44th st 

Ford, Laura A Phil Sheridan 3806 Langley av 

Forde, Anna T Longfellow 359 S. Centre av 

Forde, Jennie M... Whittier 359 S. Centre av 

Forkin, Alice D. S- Wentworth 6636 Stewart av 

Forkin, Frances D. S. Wentworth 6636 Stewart av 

Forkin, Mary A Buckley 6636 Stewart av 

Forrest, Margaret Kosciusko 493 Grand av 

Forrester, Mary B Woodlawn 6746 Wright st 

Forsberg, Grace D Schiller 55 Gault pi 

Forster, Auguste J Andersen 423 N. Hoyne av 

gforSter, Maltofoe Wells 423 N. Hoyne av 

Fort, Irene Duncan Avenue 6352 Myrtle av 

Foskett, Wilson A Sumner 65 E. 24th st 

Foskette, Loise Ellen Mitchell 1542 Fulton st 

Foss, May Day Jackson 91 S. Sangamon st 

Foster, Genevieve L . .Wells 218 Barkley st 

Fournier, Phoebe B Hermann Raster 4765 Dearborn st 

Fouvielle, Katharyn . . . Forestville Hotel Drexel 

Fowler, Bertha B Drummond 232 Hampden ct 

Fox, Alice E Douglas 3529 Ellis av 

Fox, Alice E Lincoln 293 Orchard st 

Fox, Ella G .'.Fallon 81 E. 32d st 

Fox, Harriet B Lincoln 293 Orchard st 

Fox, Kittie M Huron Street 44 Hill st 

Fox, Lillian L Washington Norwood Park 

Fox, Martha J Sherman 5752 Carpenter st 

Fox, Mary A. Fulton 5515 Emerald av 

Fraley, Kathryn A . . . Holmes 851 Garfield boui 

Francis, Jane Hamilton 1432 Dunning st 



Appendix. 273 

Francis, Mary L J. R. Doolittle, Jr 4658 Evans av 

Francis, Nellie L D. S. Wentworth 613 36th st 

Franklin, Lenore D. S. Wentworth 611 W. 67th st 

Fraser, Annie C Oak Street 409 E. Division st 

Fraser, Jessie R • Calhoun 123 Sacramento av 

Fraxeur, Jessie L Eng. H. and Man. Tr . . 1052 Washington boul 

Frazier, Lizzie T. H Harrison Morgan Park 

Frederickson, Hally F. .Jefferson High 38 Heine st 

Freeley H. Josephine . . .Andersen 940 Park av 

Freeman, Bessie M George Howland 995 W. Van Buren st 

Freiberger, Emily Douglas 3225 Vernon av 

Freiberger, Linnie . . O'Toole 3225 Vernon av 

Freiberger, Sarah L Webster . 3026 Indiana av 

French, Charles W. .Hyde Park High 5735 Washington av 

French, Emily L Ward 64 23rd st 

French, Lulu G Forestville 112 E. 43rd st 

Freund, Alice^A Foster . , 470 S. Western av 

Freund, Belle M Goodrich 256 W. Congress st 

3friebel, 8pe$ 2R King 1070 W. Harrison st 

griebenrtial, £bUmi Brighton 4218 Calumet av 

Friend, Mary Skinner 630 Monroe st 

Friese, Christopher F.. .Eng. H. and Man. Tr . .606 W. Adams st 

Frink, Fred G Eng. H. and Man. Tr . .3400 Rhodes av 

Frink, Margaret . % Greenwood Avenue. ...4152 Lake av 

Frisbie, Cola B Auburn Park 6580 Ross av 

Frisbie, EmilieB Walsh 417 Claremont av 

Frisbie, Evelyn H. Holmes 2952 Prairie av 

3fnratmaitit, 3ba . .Thomas Chalmers 49 Sidney Court 

Frost, Minnie Phil. Sheridan 7719 Duncan av 

Fry, Lucy Seward 635 62d st 

gfltc&$, @l$a Washington 205 E. Huron st 

Fullagar, Lillian Garfield 7 S. Peoria st 

Fuller, Mary E Von Humboldt 11 Cedar st 

Fuimer, Maude E Horace Mann 177 36th st 

Fulton Isabel Cooper 125 S. Western av 

gflWfl, <£H$C 2R Bancroft 916 N. California av 

Furey, Mary Marquette ISO Monroe st 

Furlong, Annette E . . .Humboldt 253 Trumbull av 

Furney, Harriet S J. R. Doolittle, Jr 173 36th st 

Gabbert, Ida C Louis Kettelhorst 160 Clarence av 

Gage, Wm. H Hyde Park High 139 E. Madison st 

Galbraith, Annie Oak Street 215 Townsend st 

Gale, Minnie E Von Humboldt 55 Walnut st 

Galbraith, Elizabeth. . .Oak Street 216 Townsend st 



274 Public Schools. 

Gall, Alice Hawthorne 1958 N. Clark st 

Gall, Kathryn A Ravenswood ... 930 Catalpa st 

Gallagher, Anna R . . . . Seward 943 N. Clark st 

Gallagher, Catherine . .Fulton 5008 Cook st 

Gallagher, Emma J Andersen 795 W. Ohio st 

Gallagher, Marguerite . . .Audubon 943 N. Clark st 

Gallagher, Winifred M. . .Polk Street 1206 W. Jackson st 

Gallaher, J. E Monroe Street 281 Leavitt st 

Gallaher, Sue Holden 8033 Groveland av 

Galvin, Mary G Washburne 578 W. 14th st 

Gannon, Lizzie F Riverdale Kankakee, HI 

Garcia, M. Louise Headley 2745 Charlton av 

Gard, Linnie M Chicago Lawn Chicago Lawn 

Gardner, Kate Doran 275 42d st 

Garland, Lusia E Cooper 196 Warren av 

Garlick, Adelia L Hammond 1196 Millard av 

Garrabrant, Hattie C. .Ray « 5514 Monroe av 

©artye, Slice Agassiz 10 Carl st 

Gass, Bertie M .... Colman 3424 Rhodes av 

Gastfield, Dorothy V . .Ryerson 2076 W. Monroe st 

Gates, Amanda S. Englewood 8440 Peoria st 

Gauch, Annie S Walsh Glen Ellyn, 111 

Gavin, Anna A Huron Street 207 Dearborn av 

Gavin, Cecelia M Andersen 46 Walnut st 

Gavin, Gertrude E Ryerson 93 Columbia pi 

Gavin, Kate L Andersen 46 Walnut st 

Gavin, Katherine A . . .Healy 3129 Portland av 

Gaylord, Alice M Calhoun . . 420 Washington boul 

Gaylord, Marion Brownell 6669 Perry av 

Geary, Emma Boulevard 702 Ohio st 

Geary, Julia T Hedges 4008Wabash av 

Geary, Kathleen A — M. W. Fuller 1355 Michigan av 

Gee, Etta Q S. Halsted Street 222 Chestnut st 

(Beifler, <£l$a Tilden 591 N. Clark st 

Geik, Bertha L Louis Nettelhorst . .... .663 Cleveland av 

Geisinger, Carolyn Raymond 3646 Ellis av 

Gemmell, Elizabeth B. .Marquette 540 Jackson boul 

Gemmell, Frances Irving 540 Jackson boul 

Gemmell, Margaret Calhoun 540 Jackson boul 

Gere, Nellie H Sp. T. Drawing 6424 Wright st 

Gerding, Anna P Agassiz 39 Best av 

Gerst, Sadie H Bryant 784 Walnut st 

Gettle, Hattie M Blue Island Avenue 225 Loomis st 

Gettys, Etta Auburn Park 5865 Wright st 



Appendix. 275 

Gibbons, Anna M Foster 3045 Lowe av 

Gibbons, Celia S Hedges 3533 Atlantic av 

Gibbons, Ellen E Everett 3408 Wood st 

GKbbons, Lizzie A Armour Street 304 Austin av 

Gibbons, Mary A Armour Street 304 Austin av 

Gibbons, Mary E Colman 4832 Princeton av 

Gibbons, Mary F Graham 4603 Union av 

Gibbons, Sara V Sheldon 1733 Sherman pi 

Gibbs, Sarah M King 1099 Jackson boul 

Gibson, Ella S Wicker Park 121 Walnut st 

Giese, A. Emily Burr 348 Wells st 

Gilbert, Mary E Everett 3207 Prairie av 

Gilbert, Susan Skinner 1170 Harvard st 

Gill, Maggie S Amerson .5309 Washington boul., Austin 

Gill, Marcella Parkside 2924 Calumet av 

Gillespie, Jennie E. .Foster 1023 W. Harrison st 

Gillett, Anna E . . J. R. Doolittle, Jr 2213 Michigan av 

Gillis, Agnes R John Ericsson 1316 Adams st 

Gillis, Harriet X Alcott 1316 Adams st 

Gillis, Jessie L Louis Nettelhorst 1726 Grace st 

Gilman, Alice H Auburn Park 6653 Harvard st 

Oilmore, Celia M John McLaren 468 Ashland boul 

Gilmvre, Emma C Clarke 468 Ashland boul 

®illtbel, 2fat<mba West Div. High 908 W. Adams st 

Gimbel, Ida K. . . King 1072 Jackson boul 

Ginty, G. Grace Everett 3557}£ Honore st 

Ginty, Mary F Brighton 3557^ Honore st 

Girling, Katherine Hyde Park High 4200 Berkeley av 

Gladish, Nan G Andersen 132 Walnut st 

Glass, Emilie'J Calhoun 1251 W. Congress st 

Glavin, Annie Garfield 453 Grand av 

Glavin, Katie A Tilden 382 Austin av 

Gleason, Libbie A Webster 2541 Indiana av 

Glenn, Annie J Harrison , 2408 Indiana av 

Ooerke, Sofrratta Jones 4046 Prairie av 

©oetfo (5moltnc £ Brentano 844 Kenwood av 

Goggin, Annie C Franklin 348 Sheffield av 

Goggin, Catharine Jones 520 Maple av., Oak Park 

Qoggin, Lizzie M Lincoln 1097 Sheffield av 

Goggin, Wm. J Humboldt 348 Sheffield av 

Goldberg, Hyman E — Englewood High 297 S. Clark st 

Goldman, Agnes O'Toole 5227 Wabash av 

Goldman, Jennie Colman 5227 Wabash av 

Goldstein, Jetta Goethe 400 Austin av 



276 Public Schools. 

©Ottbolf, Amelia 9»t Ericsgcn and Crerar. ... 125 S. Western av 

Goodall, May L Tilton 1195 Wilcox av 

Goodbody, Lizzie M — South Halsted Street . .4 De Kalb st 

Goodenough, Grace E. .Loins Nettelhorst 303 Garfield av 

Goodhue, Lincoln P... D. S. Wentworth 7029 Yale av 

Gooding, Mary C Agassiz 402 Centre st 

Goodman, Ella. . . Park Manor 2342 Prairie av 

Goodnow, Carrie L — John McLaren 189 S. Oakley av 

Goodnow, Clara M Irving . 189 S. Oakley av 

Goodnow, Nellie C Clarke 189 S. Oakley av 

Goodrich, Ella R Hawthorne 259 Fremont st 

Goodrich, Josephine . . . Woodlawn 6317 Lexington av 

Goodwin, Lenore Pullman 4206 Ellis av 

Goold, Eveline Marquette 1053 Wilcox av 

Goold, Isabel Frances. .Brown 1053 Wilcox av 

Gordon, Josephine E . .Garfield 435 S. Paulina st 

Goring, Minnie E Farragut 755 Spaulding av 

Gorman, Mamie F Whittier 46 W. 13th st 

Gorton, Louie A Bowmanville 630 North st 

Gorton, Lucy Alice L. Barnard 2027 103d st 

®0tom, <£mma % .S. Div. High 3024 Prairie av 

Gothard, Mary Sumner 178 Albany av 

Gould, Ella S J.N. Thorp , 42 Groveland pk 

Gould, Mary E J. R. Doolittle, Jr 42 Groveland pk 

Goutevenier, Marie A .Thos. Chalmers 1136 Jackson boul 

Grace, Susan J W. Div. High 699 W. Monroe st 

Grady, Mary L Wicker Park 905 W. Lake st 

Graflus, Ella L King 1$% Cicero ct 

Graham, Agnes I Oakland 21 Bryant av 

Graham, Elizabeth M . .Douglas 21 Bryant av 

Graham, Emma M Washington 3739 Ellis av 

Graham, Henry W Burr 1176 Warren av 

Graham, Ida G Brentano 1176 Warren av 

Graham, Katherine E. .Douglas 21 Bryant av 

Graham, Lela W Avondale Jefferson 

Graham, Mattie Garfield 352 Winchester av 

Graham, Miriam L. . . .Thos. Chalmers 352 Winchester av 

Granbery, Elizabeth W. .D. S. Wentworth ... .519 S. Normal Park Way 

Grant, Annie S Raymond Hotel Ozark 

Grant, Margaret H . . . .Farren 5121 Armour av 

Gray, Mary R Hawthorne 387 N. State st 

Gray, Minnie E Sherwood 6757 LaFayette 

Gray, Nellie A Lewis 618 Englewood av 

Gray, Niobe N La Salle 19 Wisconsin st 



Appendix. 277 

Green, Cora M Sherwood 363 61st st 

Green, Minnie Sheldon 582 E. Division st 

Green, Nellie E Dore 18 Ogden av 

Green, Julia T Mark Sheridan 3160 Wabash av 

Greene, Mary Whittier 345 S. Oakley av 

Greenleaf, Edith S . . Sumner 123 S. Euclid av 

Greenleaf, Emma M. C. .Harrison 6557 Wentworth av 

Greenleaf, Mary L Sumner 123 S. Euclid av 

Greenman, Emma C. . .Bancroft 6757 Honore st • 

Gregg, Edith S Arnold 367 Mohawk st 

Greiner, Caroline M . . .Andersen 732 N. Hoyne av 

GREUBEii, Otto Sp. T. Phys. Cult 38 Utica st 

Griffin, Fannie A Hayes 165 Park av 

Griffin, Mary E Scammon 1310 W. Adams st 

Griffith, Effie M W. Div. High 699 W. Monroe st 

Grimes, Mary E Everett 3033 Poplar av 

Grimshaw, Elizabeth C. . . .S. Chicago High . . .86 77th st 

Griswold, Mary E Wicker Park Deaf Mute. .136 Potomac av 

Groener, Emil Sp. T. Phys. Cult 657 School st 

Grover, Katherine S — Rose Hill 1508 Sherman st., Evanston 

Groves, Ida L. K Burr 6 W. Ohio st 

Groves, Florence E — Garfield 308 Sacramento av 

Grovesteen, M. Ellen . .Brainard 212 S. Leavitt st 

Grundhofer, Joseph. Sp. T. Phys. Cult 588 37th st 

Gruschow, Bertha D . . .Drummond 1168 Perry st 

Guilliams, Lola A Ravenswood 2519 Harrison st., Evanston 

Gurney, Charlotte E . . . Amerson 5800 Cedar st., Austin 

Gunderson, Emma M. .Wicker Park 98 Park st 

Gunderson, Valborg . . .Von Humboldt 852 Walnut st 

(Butlttyer, 3ba Ryerson 93 Hamlin av 

Guenther, Kate O Auburn Park Blue Island 

Guth, Eugene F Grant 875 Washington boul 

Guthman, Frances Walsh 482 Warren av 

Guthrie, Mary G Knickerbocker 292A Webster av 

®lltfuied)i, £<mi$t 2 South Chicago High. . . .1164 W.Adams st 

Gustavson, Anna K Newberry 43 Clifton av 

Haas, Emma O Throop 15 Blue Island av 

Haasse, Ralph J Audubon 210 Wabansia av 

#ad), Stlltt Knickerbocker 562 North Park av 

Hack, Ella D Foster 514 S. Wood st 

Hagen, Ermina H Blaine 1738 York pi 

Itofleil, SonlQt Seward 6649 Sherman st 

Hagstrom, Mary E Kelvyn Grove 2258 Grand av 

Haines, Elizabeth Marquette 288 Ashland boul 



278 Public Schools. 

Haire, Mary M Duncan Avenue 8260 Houston av 

Haiseman, Louise V. . . Washburne 762 12th st 

Haley, Eliza Hendricks 546 65th st 

Haley, Maggie A Hendricks 635 Chestnut st 

Halket, Belle M Carpenter 281 Park av 

Halket, Margaret Montefiore 281 Park av 

Hall, Alfarata R Marquette 222 Paulina st 

Hall, Avon S Calumet High 7700 Union av 

Hall, EmogeneE Skinner 93 Laflin st 

Hall, Grace A Cooper 1148 W. Harrison st 

Hall, Hattie E John Ericsson 133 8. California av 

Hall, Jeannette M Raymond Wabash av. and 28th st 

Hall, Minnie D Ellen Mitchell 844 Warren av 

Halliday, Anna Cornell 7515 Brooks av 

Hallinan, Bessie Hedges 4852 Wentworth av 

Hallinan, Mary Hartigan 4852 Wentworth av 

Hallock, Lillian A Ravenswood 2691 Commercial st 

Hally, Eleanor L .Franklin 93 Lincoln av 

Hally, Elizabeth G Manierre 93 Lincoln av 

Hally, Marguerite Manierre 93 Lincoln av 

Hally, Theresa B Schiller 93 Lincoln av 

Hamill, Margaret Franklin 323 Sedgwick st 

Hamilton, Elliot A . . Cummings 10121 Desplaines st 

Hammill, Lucella. .... .Longfellow 634 Ashland boul 

Hammond, Edith Kershaw 5614 Madison av 

Hammond, Henry C. .Deaf Mute 599 W. Monroe st 

Hanafin, Katharine H..D. S. Wentworth 5630 Indiana av 

Hancox, Lotta «... George Howland 16 Campbell Park 

Hancox, Martha E Beaubien 16 Campbell Park 

Hancox, Sarah N Pickard 16 Campbell Park 

Hand, Edwin E South Division High. . . 705 70th st 

Hand, Emma M Bancroft 910 N. Washtenaw av 

Handler, Emilie Logan 581 La Salle av 

#<mtt, aWagbaltneSB Walsh 324 Sedgwick st 

Handy, Margie S Colman 3754 Rhodes av 

Hanks, Desta L Mark Sheridan 6550 Stewart av 

Hanlon, Ella E Garfield 408 Troy st 

Hanlon, Kittie E Haven 1409 Michigan a v 

Hanlon, Marcella R. .Hedges 4217 So. Halsted st 

Hanna, Dorabel L. . . .Calhoun 1502 Monroe st 

Hanna, Jennie K Skinner 338 W. Adams st 

Hannahs, Julia B , Newberry 591 La Salle av 

Hannan, Kate Hayes 1026 W. Monroe st 

Hannan, Mary Hayes 1026 W. Monroe st 



Appendix. 279 

Hannan, Mary F Throop 669 Henry st 

Hannan, Nannie O South Halsted Street. . .669 Henry st 

Hanning, Mary Thomas Hoyne 193 La Salle av 

Harmon, Lizzie Carpenter 431 W. Erie st 

Hanreddy, Anna E Burr 49 Wabanaia av 

Hansen, Carrie L Agassiz — 699 Pine Grove av 

Hansen, Ellen W Carpenter . . . 108 Iowa st 

Hansen, Emma Avondale Ill Evergreen av 

Hansen, Marie F Beaubien 90 W. Huron st 

Hanson, Clara O Audubon 626 Roscoe boul 

Hanson, Lizzie D Von Humboldt 136 W. Erie st 

Hanson, Martha E Avondale 364 W. Belmont av 

Hanson, Thora Burr 844 N. Robey st 

Hanstein, Herman . . Sup. Draw. High Schools. 361 Mohawk st 

Hanton, Kate A Geo. H. Thomas 83 Racine av 

Harden, Anna I Rogers Park 61 J Lunt av., Rogers Pk 

Harden, Fanny E Rogers Park 612 Lunt av., Rogers Pk 

Hardenbrook, Nina West Pullman 6221 Woodlawn av 

Hardick, Ellen J King 1017 Jackson boul 

Hardinge, Agnes M. . . .Teachers' Training Cl'ss. .210 Giddings st 

Hardy, Grace Bowen 3916 Ellis av 

Hardy, Jessie M Healy 3126 Indiana av 

Hardy, Theresa V Jones 637 W. Adams st 

Hargrave Julia Burton . Ogden 149 Dearborn av 

Hargrove, Rachel A . . .Froebel 227 W. 23d st 

Harkin, Maggie L Armour Street 658 Ohio st 

Harkin, Mary A Armour Street 658 Ohio st 

Harkness, Jennie W . . .Skinner 467 W. Moriroe st 

Harms, Mathilda Langland 198 N. Desplaines st 

Harnett, Nellie E Ward 12 Ray av 

Harold, Annie Chicago Lawn Chicago Lawn 

Harper, Meta D Rogers Park 517 Greenleaf av 

Harrington, Marguerite E. .Mulligan 230 Webster av 

Harrison, MaTy E Jefferson High 521 Dearborn av 

Harrison, Samuel A. .Burroughs 3605 Champlain st 

Harrower, Walter J . . Springer Barrington, 111 

Harsch, Eleanor Yale 505 63d st 

Hart, Lizzie T Bowmanville 1404 E. Ravenswood pk 

Hart, Margretta Beaubien May wood 111 

Hartigan, Mary Seward 3633 Union av 

Hartigan, Mary E . . . .La Fayette 626 W. Erie st 

Hartigan, Mary S. L. .Hoerner 466 W. Ohio st 

Hartley, Annie E Komensky 846 Warren av 

Hartley, Helen M Belle Plaine Avenue.. . .450 Otto st 



280 Public Schools. 

Hartley, May Hamilton 450 Otto st 

Hartman, Blanche M . .Greenwood Avenue — 4412 Evans av 

£artraaim, Rattle <£ W. Div. High 468 W. Congress st 

Hartwell, Mary Irving Park 1233 Irving Park boul 

Harvey, Alfred Scanlan 6824 Stony Island av 

Harvey, Georgiana A. . . Lake View No. 5 1315 Chicago av., Ev'st'n 

Harvey, Ida M Lake View High 1023 Wilcox av 

Harvey, Letitia M Brown 1023 Wilcox av 

Harvey, Maud C Prescott 1315 Chicago av., E v'st'n 

Haskin, Babette . Fernwood 10352 Desplaines st 

Haskin, Evelyn Van Vlissingen 10352 Desplaines st 

Haskins, C. N Deaf Mute. f>60 N. Lincoln st 

Haskins, Caroline 8 — Audubon 538 Otto st 

Hassett, Anna F Hancock 6214 La Salle st 

Hassett, Mary E Parkman 5214 La Salle st 

Hastings, Clara E Holmes 4322 Emerald av 

Hastings, Kittie G Jas. R. Doolittle, Jr . . .2829 Calumet av 

Hastings, Lizzie G Jas. B. Doolittle, Jr 2829 Calumet av 

Hatch, E. Florence Ellen Mitchell j ^Fo^AlL*' ^^ 

Hatch, Henry D Brainard 295 S. Leavitt st 

Hatfield, Ida I Newberry 650 Cleveland av 

Hauch, Jacob II Bancroft 329 Western av 

Hauch, Louisa E Thomas Chalmers 329 Western av 

Haugen, Tillie K Carpenter 205 N. May st 

Havenhill, Victorine M. . . Keith 2949 Michigan av 

#at)crfcam*), $tot<Mie Lake View High 649 Otto st 

Hawkshaw, Agnes A. . . Hammond 585 Lawndale av 

Hawley. Alice Central Park 1154 Jackson boul 

Hawley, Alice L Springer 5442 Dearborn st 

Hawley, Laura S Skinner 448 Jackson boul 

Hawthorne, Ella J Harrison 5335 Cornell av 

Hayde, Ella F Moseley 2632*indiana av 

Hayde, Helen E Greeley 1710 Deming ct 

Hayde, Mary A Jones 2682 Indiana av 

Hayde, Mary C Knickerbocker 1710 Deming ct 

Hayden, Mary G 54th Street 3319 Michigan av 

Hayes, Agnes S Webster 3820 La Salle st 

Hayes, Lucy C Webster 3820 La Salle st 

Hayes, Marie A Throop 730 Throop st 

Hayes, Nannie V McClellan . . .5156 Michigan av 

Hayes, Sarah J Farragut — 297 Claremont av 

Hay nes, Clara A Auburn Park 7634 Harvard st 

Hays, Dudley G Englewood High 550 Maple st 



Appendix. 281 

Hays, Mary E Pickard 92 Laflin st 

Hayward, Emily A . . . .Irving Park 1283 Irving Pk boul 

Hayward, Harriet F. .Polk Street 796 W. Monroe st 

Hayward, Laura A Amerson 796 W. Monroe st 

Hayward, Susan M Clarke 796 W. Monroe st 

Hazle, Maria F Garfield 404 W. Adams st 

Heacock, Annie M Beale 3759 Forest av 

Headen, Eleanor H Burroughs 3130 Archer av 

HeacUey, Theresa D McClellan 139 Garfield boul 

Healy, Annie Hancock 4431 Dearborn st 

Healey, Lizzie C Holmes 5761 Dearborn st 

Healey, Maty C Gallistel 9454 Commercial av 

£ebtoaer, S<mt$e 9R Avondale 1741 Byrne av 

Heerwagen, Emma F . .Manierre 339 Hudson av 

Hefter, Celia Forest ville 4347 Champlain av 

Hegan, Eugenia Oakland 4211 Champlain av 

Hegan, Florence M. W. Fuller 4211 Champlain av 

Hegan, Theodosia L . . . J. R. Doolittle, Jr 4211 Champlain av 

Hegner, Ida Cooper 266 N. May st 

Hein, Hermann Sp. T. Phys. Cult 89 Seminary av 

Heinroth, Luella . . .Schiller 1127 N. Clark st 

Helm, Belle Springer 4553 Wabash av 

Helm, Corinne E Raymond 4147 Langley av 

Helm, Flora Lincoln 23 Roslyn pi 

Henchy, Martin G Hermann Raster 6314 Vail st 

Henderson, Amanda. . . Alcott 450 Belden av 

Henderson, Daisy Madison Avenue 8822 Houston av 

Henderson, Frances O. .Phil Sheridan 8822 Houston av 

Henderson Nellie F Knickerbocker Rogers Park 

Hendley, Alice B Audubon 2579 N. Ashland av 

Hendley, Grace Belle Plaine Avenue. . .2579 "N. Ashland av 

Hendrie, Katherine — Greenwood Avenue 3716 State st 

Hendricks, Helen I . . .Calumet Avenue 3001 Vernon av 

Henkel, Ida F Wells 138 Loomis st 

Henn, Kate M Clarke 1000 W. Congress st 

Hennessy, Margaret F. .Kosciusko 30 Commercial st 

Hennessy, Margaret M . . Adams 1651 Briar pi 

Hennessy, Mary T Parkman 6839 La Fayette av 

Hennessy, Sadie C Knickerbocker 1651 Briar pi 

Henessy, Stella V Douglas 3131 Indiana av 

Henning, Adelaide H. . Washburne 852 Sawyer av 

Henning, Mary D Washburne 852 Sawyer av 

£timta0er, 3Mn V Lake High 5138 Bishop st 

Henrickson, Ella C Montefiore 423 W. Indiana st 



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282 Public Schools. 

Henry, Margaret Washburne 144 W. 13th st 

Heron, Amelia M Ellen Mitchell 446 Warren av 

Herrick, Mary B Hyde Park High 5680 Cornell av 

Herrmann, Anna T . . . Walsh 281 S. Jefferson st 

Herschman, Emma — McAllister 8417 Wabash av 

Hershman, Bertha S. Halsted Street 8148 Calumet av 

#ers, ©eittj Parkman 2710 6th av 

Hesser, Grace Marquette 284 S. Oakley av 

Hessler, John C Hyde Park High 346 E. 55th st 

Heuermann, Dora Geo. H. Thomas 168 Fremont st 

Heuermann, Emma J.. Audubon 168 Fremont st 

Heuermann, Minna S Kinzie 168 Fremont st 

$txM, #eleil Ray 5509 Washington av 

Hevle, Frances M Agassiz 24 Best av 

Hewes, Luman W. C. Groudy. 2521 Vernon av 

Heywood, Frank S. . .Lincoln 24 Scott st 

Hibbert, Bertha Jones 103 Miller st 

Hickey, Agnes C Langland 417 Wabansia av 

Hickey, Maggie M Brenan 5629 Armour av 

Hickey, Mary L Moseley 2138 Archer av 

Hickey, Nano T Haven 2138 Archer av 

Hickman, Anna L Auburn Park , .7935 Lyons av 

Hicks, Anna Violet — Cooper 735 W. Monroe st 

Hicks, David F West Div. High 735 W. Monroe st 

Hiestand, Emily L Jefferson 221 Colorado av 

Higbee, Mary E Jackson 292 Marshfleld av 

Higby, Clara E West Division High .... 146 Park av 

Higgins, Alice T Healy 2501 Wallace st 

Higgins, Anna E Goethe 691 Armitage av 

Higgins, Anna S Raymond 353 Chicago av 

Higgins, Frances E Hartigan 4324 Dearborn st 

Higgins, Jennie Wells 349 N. Paulina st 

Higgins, Katie Webster 2916 Archer av 

Higgins, Katharine — Parkman 5800 Dearborn st 

Hildreth, Delia Carpenter 907 W. Harrison st 

Hill, Benjamin F M. W. Fuller 3068 Calumet av 

Hill, Edith L Duncan Avenue 74 22d st ' 

Hill, Edward E Hyde Park High 5333 Greenwood av 

Hill, Helen M Ray 7417 Eggleston av 

Hill, Jessie George Howland. ...... 714 Turner av 

Hill, Louise D Ravenswood 1326 Benson av., Ev'st'n 

Hill, Thomas C Geo. Wm. Curtis 11527 Michigan av 

Hilliard, Fred A Wells 600 N. Lincoln st 

#tot3e, SngitW gf Farren 516 S. Robey st 



Appendix. 283 

Hise, Sue C Keith 3222 Indiana av 

Hitch, Rums M Dore 151 S. Robey st 

Hitchcock, Nealie Scanlan 123 115th st 

Hoban, Cecilia A Motley 236 Noble st 

Hoban, Sara R Motley 236 Noble st 

Itodjrriter, 9Jtorte % Forestville 4750 Evans av 

#oent$, SonWe Hammond 895 Kedzie av 

Hoerner, Effie Graham] 4422 Emerald av 

Hof, Minnie Boulevard 45 Clybourn av 

$offmau, <£♦ % (Siata Horace Mann 513 N. Park av 

$offmatt, (gmiltj Hamilton 649 Otto st 

Hoffmann, Ida T Motley 333 Milwaukee av 

{toffmattit, Stofctfliite <£. . .Marquette 428 S. Ashland boul 

Hogan, Alice A Rogers 740 Sawyer av 

Hogan, Alice L LaFayette 469 Washington boul 

Hogan, Kathleen E Rogers 740 Sawyer av 

Hogan, Margaret L Rogers 740 Sawyer av 

Hogan, Serena B Clarke 488 S. Campbell av 

Holbrook, Florence. .Forestville 4441 Champlain av 

Holdstock, Rebecca Greeley 1849 Halsted st 

Holland, Harriet A Boulevard 1134 Jackson boul 

iJoIlanb, Relate D. S. Wentworth 6554 Stewart av 

Holliday, Adelaide E . .Ellen Mitchell 558 Washington boul 

Hollister, Antoinette B. .Ray .5607 Washington av 

Holmes, Anna M Anderson 687 Seymour st 

Holmes, Evalena H Madison Avenue 7525 Madison av 

Holmes, Helen A George Howland 2106 Congress st 

Holmes, Laura E Parkside Harvey 

Holmes, Sarah E South Englewood 8643 Sangamon st 

Hoist, Christine Hamilton 845 Roscoe st 

Holter, Jennie M La Fayette 292 W. Erie st 

Holton, Ethel Irving Park 2390 Irving av 

Hood, Laura L South Halsted Street. . .701 Washington boul 

Hood, Lillian L Froebel 701 Washington boul 

Hooker, Nellie G Kelvyn Grove 711 W. Huron st 

Hooley, Lizzie F Washburne 492 S. Union st 

Hooley, Mary J Washburne 492 S. Union st 

Hooper, Edith S Grant 1053 W. Adams st 

Hopkins, Anna M La Fayette 1686 Barry av 

Hopkins, Effie M Langland 62 Columbia st 

Hopkins, Eva V Emerson 784 Warren av 

Hopkins, Lila M Wicker Park 1686 Barry av 

Horan, Helen T Keith 4011 Wabash av 

Horine, Lizzie Carter 622 Chestnut st 



284 Public Schools. 

Horlock, Harriet E — Parkside 7539 Coles av., Windsor Park 

Horn, Martha M Armour Street 58 N. Ashland av 

Hornbaker, W. R Lake High 4343 Prairie av 

Hornby, J. Anna Scammon 231 S- Washtenaw av 

Hoskins, Wilhelmina . .Central Park 1485 Fulton st 

Hotchkin, Ella J Blaine 908 Southport av 

Hough, Cora A Hartigan 3940 Indiana av 

Houghton, Frank A . . .Englewood High 6515 Wright st 

Houlihan, Sarah F — Carpenter 410 Marshfield av 

Howard, Lillian Beale 5902 Wright st 

Howard, Minnie B Brenan 4448 St. Lawrence av 

Howe, Bertha M Springer 4459 Ellis av 

Howe, C. Frederica — Park Manor 6123 Michigan av 

Howe, Julia C Emerson 622 Washington boul 

Howe, Lydia Foster 269 W. Adams st 

Howie, Florence K Burnside 4249 Wabash av 

Howison, Kittie M Cornell 7434 Langley av 

Howliston, Mary H. . . .Oakland 3979 Drexel boul 

Hubbell, Grace Brown 163 Warren av 

Huber, Caroline M Hawthorne 573 Burling st 

Huber, Elizabeth B Humboldt 120 Orchard st 

Huch, Johanna Kosciusko 228 W. Division st 

Hudson, Isabella E — Central Park 873 Park av 

Hudson, Mary G. M . . .Jones 6730 Champlain av 

Huggard, Margaret A . Mulligan 273 Webster av 

Huggard, Mary A Mulligan 273 Webster av 

Hughes, Ethel Cooper 719 W. Congress st 

Huguenin, Edith West Division High ... .551 La Salle av 

Huguenin, Virginia Franklin 551 La Salle av 

Huleatte, Margaret E .Woodlawn 6330 Madison av 

Hulett, Delany A Auburn Park Blue Island 

Hull, Laura E Douglas 6052 Langley av 

Hull, Lizzie Seward 90 Walton pi 

Hullinger, John D Calumet High 3731 Ellis av 

^mnaim, 2MIU Logan 20 Armitage ct 

Hummel, Anna M Hawthorne 1694 Wellington av 

Hummel, Bertha C Brenan 1694 Wellington av 

Humphrey, Elizabeth R. .Kinzie 315 N. Grove av., Oak Park 

$ttttbt, 2to!W (£ South Division High. . .628 Garfield av 

Hunneman, Nell V La Salle 665 La Salle av 

Hunt, Abigail M Scammon 876 Warren av 

Hunter, Anna W Farren 615 66th st 

Hunter, Emma M Garfield La Grange 

Hunter, Mary E Sherman 4930 Vincennes av 



Appendix. 285 

Hunter, Sara C Henry Clay 615 66th st 

Hunting, Emma W . . . . Harrison 3120 Indiana av 

Huntregs, Jennie M Thos. Chalmers 997 Wilcox av 

Hurlbut, Phebe A Ravenswood 696 Leland av 

Hurley, Jeannette Arnold 941 N. Halsted st 

Hurley, Mary L La Salle 345 N. Franklin st 

Hurley, Rachel E Walsh 1037 W. Taylor st 

Hurney, Winifred Colman 4916 Forest ville av 

Hurst, Mary H Calhoun 1294 Wilcox av 

Hushin, Anna M Burr 437 W. Erie st 

Hussander, Lillie Alcott 576 Burling st 

Hutchings, Lucy E Hammond 658 S. Rockwell st 

Hutchins, Harriet B. . .South Division High. . .7246 Jeffery av 

Hutchinson, Josephine. . . J. N. Thorp 3321 Forest av 

Hutchison, Jean Lewis 6559 Howard av 

Hutchison, Vina Ellen Mitchell 210 S. Wood st 

Hutton, Mary J. George Howland 892 S. Kedzie av 

Hutton, Rose M Pickard 409 S. May st 

Hyde, Clara Newberry. 620 La Salle st 

Hyland, Kate F Kinzic . 186 N. State st 

Hyland, Mary Central Park 1009 Park av 

Hynek, Birdie H Cooper 506 Lincoln st 

Ibsen, Jeannette Hawthorne 66 Hall st 

Ingalls, Julia D Rogers Park 430 Kenmore av 

Ingersoll, Addie M Beale 648 61st st 

Ingersoll, Mary J Oak Ridge 9 E. 43d st 

Ingram, Charlotte Dore 296 Irving av 

Ingram, Helen C John McLaren 1072 Wilcox av 

Irons, Charles S Tilden 495 W. Adams st 

Irrmann, Ida Lowell 370 Monroe st 

Irwin, Annette A Henry Clay Chicago Lawn 

Irwin, Ernestine Woodlawn 3757 64th st 

Irwin, Jennie A Duncan Avenue 3024 South Park av 

Irwin, Minnie I Chicago Lawn Chicago Lawn 

Ives, Hattie L Hawthorne 475 Fullerton av 

Jackson, Georgia Tale 7524 Harvard st 

Jackson, Jessie L . . . .Jones " The Vermont," 51st st 

Jackson, Mary M Bowmanville Bowman ville 

Jacobs, Anna Hayes 424 Marian st., Oak Pk 

Jacobs, Arthur E Gallistel 10436 Ewing av 

Jacobs, G. Ovedia Motley 170 N. Morgan st 

Jacobs, Mary E Lowell 294 W. Monroe st 

Jacobson, May C Harrison 

Jaeger, Ida Huron Street 399 N. State st 



286 Public Schools. 

Jaeger, Mathilde Sheldon 399 N. State st 

3akntoM9$ka, 3ennie McAllister 536 Garfield ay 

James, Emma M Englewood High 7182 Went worth av 

James, Lillian M Cornell 3846 Ellis av 

James, Margarette G. . . Holmes 621 62d st 

James, Rose Mulligan 259 Dayton st 

James, May R Pickard 1395 W. Taylor st 

Jameson, Alice W Washburne 3131 Rhodes av 

Jameson, Maky Sp. 7. Drawing 6316 Cornell av 

Jampolis, Amelia Schiller 392 Larrabee st 

Janssen, Theresa M . . .Wells 343 N. Paulina st 

Jeffrey, Thomson South Chicago High . . .7806 S. Green st 

Jeneson, Frances 8 Talcott Maywood 

Jennings, Agatha A . . .Longfellow — 275 Loomis st 

Jennings, Charlotte M. .Komensky 286 S. Leavitt st 

Jennings, Julia M* Haven 334 24th st 

Jennings, L. Blanche Greenwood Avenue. . . .284 E. 63d st 

Jennings* Mabel C Komensky 669 Taylor st 

Jennings, M. Imogene. . Whittier 275 Loomis st 

Jennings, Sophie M — 64th Street 284 53d st 

Jensen, Louise C Van Vlissingen 3141 5th av 

Jensen, Florence S Alcott 509 Burling st 

Jephson, Annie M Burroughs 3050 Main st 

Jephson, Mary F Holden 3062 Main st 

Jernberg, Hannah Sherman 5318 Wentworth av 

Johannesen, Anna M. .Lake View, No. 5 j Ravenswood V 

Johns, Mattie.~ Hawthorne 259 Fremont st 

Johns, Sophie C Amerson ) ^JSt* "" ***" 

Johnson, Ada B Forestville 4212 Evans av 

Johnson, Ada B Madison Avenue 7431 Nutt av 

Johnson, Alice M Washington j ^gg 1 Franklin st 

Johnson, Anna Webster 3922 Indiana av 

Johnson, Cecelia Mark Sheridan 3922 Indiana av 

Johnson, Effle E Audubon 538 Otto st 

Johnson, Ellen M Lowell 1499 Washington boul 

Johnson, Estelle G Harrison 453 60th st 

Johnson, Florence Keith 3439 Dearborn st 

Johnson, Hattie A Carpenter 292 Marshfield av 

Johnson, Helen H Montefiore 418 Washington boul 

Johnson, Helene V Ellis Avenue 7431 Nutt av 

Johnson, Hilda C Harrison 3922 Indiana av 

Johnson, Jennie O Healy 4212 Evans av 



Appendix. 287 

Johnson, J. Florence. . .Phil. Sheridan 8681 South Chicago av 

Johnson, J. Marie Lincoln 420 Belden av 

Johnson, John A Mark Sheridan 2324 Calumet av 

Johnson, Lydia Madison Avenue 7000 Jefferson av 

Johnson, Lydia Wells 268 South Lincoln st 

Johnson, Mary E. . . .Blue Island Avenue — 79 33d st 

Johnston, Anna M .Foster 469 Washington boul 

Johnston, Bertha M Hammond 947 Spaulding av 

Johnston, Harriet P. .Kosciusko 359 East 48d st 

Johnston, Lucia Douglas 3158 Prairie av 

Johnston, Mary E Ellen Mitchell 1171 Wilcox av 

Johnston, Mary F Holden 3401 Oakley av 

Johnston, Mattie M Brighton 3510 Union av 

Johnstone, Lucy C Mosely 5323 Madison av 

Jones, Abbie L Garfield 632 West Monroe st 

Jones, Anna Garfield 1545 West 12th st 

Jones, Anna E Goethe 900 Walnut st 

Jones, Claudia M Skinner 264 West Congress st 

Jones, Elizabeth E. . . .Garfield 213 Warren av 

Jones, Katberine Hyde Park High 3830 Calumet av 

Jones, Lillie F Clarke 256 Marshfield av 

Jones, Lydia L Lake View High { ^^SSuS^ 11 ^ 

Jones, Mamie G Holden 1513 35th st 

Jones, Marion L Marquette 470 Adams st 

Jones, Mary C Garfield 826 West Taylor st 

Jones, Mary E West Division High — 147 Ashland boul 

Jones, Mary J Skinner 250 West Congress st 

Jones, Mina Irving Park 2484 Park av., Irv. Park 

Jones, Winifred E Goodrich 254 West Congress st 

Jordan, Adelaide E. .McPherson 29 Wisconsin st 

Joslyn, Flora J Cornell 7300 Drexel av 

Josephi, Kate Ward 3130 South Park av 

Joy, Belle Franklin 541 La Salle av 

Joy, Nellie Manierre 541 La Salle av 

Joyce, Anna L Everett 3263 Paulina st 

Joyce, Emily L Foster 473 Henry st 

Joyce, Katherine K Van Vlissingen 3812 Union av 

Joyce, Libbie Lincoln 412 Center st 

Joyce, Lula Lake View No. 5 412 Center st 

Judd, Blanche E Sherwood 6551 Lafayette av 

Judd, Eunice W Yale 6551 Lafayette av 

Judd, S. Alice Jefferson High 2744 Hunting av 

Justi, Lizzie Burr 823 N. Leavitt st 



288 Public Schools. 

Kaehler, Clara K Avondale. 1757 Sheridan ay 

Kallum, Bertha J Alice L. Barnard 10033 Oak at 

Kallum, Gunnell Alice L. Barnard 10033 Oak st 

StutiU, Willi N.Div.High 377 Elm st 

Kane, Annie M Hawthorne 1827 N. Halsted st 

Kane, Jennie A Holmes . . 4846 Evans av 

Kane, Loretta M. F Bancroft 500 La Salle av 

Kannally, Marie G Cornell 4&46 Evans av 

Karasek, Rose M Jefferson 807 Sawyer av 

Kasser, Anna M Agassiz 363 Burling st 

Katzenberger,Gab'l~&p. T. Singivg 464 Cleveland av 

Kaufman, Minnie D Carter 6062 Dearborn st 

Kavana, Rose M W. Div. High 403 33d st 

Kavanagh, Mary T. . . . Harrison Street 240 Sherman st 

Keane, Laura J. Sheldon. . 565 E. Division st 

Keane, Mary F Franklin 565 E. Division st 

Kearney, Mary C Kenwood 4846 Evans av 

Kearns, Katherine C Woodlawn 6605 Maryland av 

Kearns, Stella R Headley 1116 Oakdale av 

Keary, Alice. T. P Seward 428 E. 41st st 

Keary, May E Farren 428 E. 41st st 

Keary, Winford D'A. . .Fallon 428 E. 41st st 

Keating, Ada F Columbus 80 N. Western av 

Keating, Agnes M Fallon 700 Gordon st 

Keating, Elizabeth A . .Graham : . . .700 Gordon st 

Keating, Lizzie R Hedges 242 66th st 

Keefc, Jennie A James R. Doolittle, Jr.. 3560 Prairie av 

Keegan, Margaret E Harrison 730 Garfield boul 

Keeler, Lizzie M Colman 4325 Langley av 

Keen, Henry F Alcott 140 Eugenie st 

Kehoe, Katheryn V Kinzie 251 E. Erie st 

Keith, Agnes Auburn Park 311 Bowen av 

Keith, Kate Ogden 592 N. Hoyne av 

Kelleher, Joanna. . . . . .Parkman 6840 Perry av 

Kelleher, Mary C Brownell 6840 Perry av 

SttUtT, 9to$a Burr 228 Fremont st 

Keller, Sue B Phil. Sheridan 5490 East End av 

Kelley, Anna M Geo. W. Curtis 6414 Myrtle av 

Kelley, Conchita Von Humboldt 359 E. Ohio st 

Kelley, Hanna I Burr 302 Hudson av 

Kellogg, H. Amelia. .Riverdale 163 36th st 

Kellogg, Hope L Madison Avenue 7486 Brooks av 

Kellogg, Ida M Mark Sheridan 2419 Michigan av 

Kellogg, Kate S Lewis 505 62d st 



Appendix. 289 

• 

Kelly, Anna Beale ... 5259 Wabash av 

Kelly, Anna E Mark Sheridan 4354 Grand boul 

Kelley, Catherine L Fallon 5607 Indiana av 

Kelly, Eleanor O'Toole 328 Cedar st 

Kelly, Eliza A. Parkman. . < 4305 Wabash av 

Kelly, Katharine A Goethe 642 Monroe st 

. Kelly, Lillie E Holmes 316 Garfield boul 

Kelly, Louise M Adams 129 Sedgwick st 

Kelly, Margaret E Sherman 5640 Atlantic st 

Kelly, Margaret W Seward 316 Garfield boul 

Kelly, Rebecca Sheldon — 129 Sedgwick st 

Kelly, Theresa Polk Street 787 W. Congress st 

Kelter, Ella M Thos. Chalmers 1407 Fillmore st 

Kennedy, Agnes R M. W. Fuller 610 67th st 

Kennedy, Clara J Ellen Mitchell 846 Warren av 

Kennedy, Elizabeth V. . Adams 165 Townsend st 

Kennedy, Frances E. . .Hendricks 610 67th st 

Kennedy, Lillian M . . . . Hendricks 610 67th st 

Kennedy, Lizzie M. . . .Skinner 394 S. Paulina st 

Kennedy, Mary E Auburn Park 6328 Dickey st 

Kennedy, Mary L Ryerson 2447 W. Indiana st 

Kenney, Mamie A — Hartigan 6442 Honore st 

Kenny, Christina F. . . .Ellen Mitchell 648 Walnut st 

Kenny, Joanna W John Ericsson 1325 Adams st 

Kent, Mary E Jefferson 450 W. Congress st 

Kepner, Helen Phil. Sheridan 4027 Vincennes av 

Kern, Paul O Hyde Park High 5827 Kimbark av 

Kerns, Elinor Thos. Hoyne 99 Dearborn av 

Kerr, Edith E McClellan 4031 Yincennes av 

Kerrigan, Annie J Holden ... .942 36th st 

Kerwin, Margaret E — Fulton 326 Swan st 

Kessell, Mary E Washburne 4105 Indiana av 

Kessler, Mary Hendricks 3608 Halsted st 

Kester, Amelia D Goodrich 513 W. Adams st 

Keusch, EmYna G Boulevard 635 Maplewood av 

Kewley, Ida M . .Douglas 3115 Wabash av 

Kidder, Helen Bowen s:456 Commercial av 

Kiehl, Ida M Komensky 606 W. 17th st 

Kiersted, Frances Burnside 5431 Ridge wood ct 

Kilbourne, Effie J Kenwood 4123 Lake av 

Kilbourne, Louie L . . . Woodlawn . . 5723 Kimbark av 

Kilboy, Elizabeth M. . . .Longfellow 351 Centre av 

Kilie, Annie John Crerar 437 S. Oakley av 

Kilie, Margaret Brainard 437 S. Oakley av 



290 Public Schools. 

Kilie, Nell Brainard 437 S. Oakley av 

Killeen, Anna S Holden 3030 Deering st 

Kimball, M. Belle Everett 434 46th st 

Kirapton, Laura M Woodlawn 6738 Monroe av 

Kincaid, Francis E Bancroft 320 Orchard st 

Kinder, Ida M M. W. Fuller 4818 Calumet av 

King, Belle Moseley 2827 Wabash av 

King, Carrie E Taylor 6608 Stewart av 

King, Ella M Fernwood 6608 Stewart av 

King, Frances Columbus 277 Park av 

King, Margaret Auburn Park 6617 Honore st 

Kingsley, F. W Irving Park Mayfair 

Kingsley, Mary A Brown 711 W. Monroe st 

Kingsley, Minnie L Logan Mayfair 

Kingsley, Nellie Farragut 82 Center av 

Kinkade, Letitia La Salle 486 Webster av 

Kinloch, Agnes H Fulton 4735 Dearborn st 

Kinn, Cora A Brentano 985 N. Robey st 

Kinsella, Sallie E Thos. Hoyne 1512 Wrightwood av 

Kipp, Jeannie V Goodrich 336 W. Congress st 

Kirby, Dorothea M Holmes 8643 Sangamon st 

Kirkley, Jennie E Brown 241 Park av 

Kirkley, Josephine Brown 241 Park av 

Kirkley, Sarah A Henry Clay 241 Park av 

Kissell, Mary L 54th Street 5607 Washington av 

Kitendaugh, Julia A. . .Beaubien Dunning 

Kjellander, J. Esther. . .Hawthorne 1536 School st 

ftfoWattofl, 9)tort) Alcott .700 Orchard st 

Klass, Cornelia Van Vlissingen 6853 Honore st 

Klebo, Emma L Wicker Park 146 Evergreen av 

Klein, Emma B Park Manor 4634 Cottage Grove av 

Kleine, Augusta Knickerbocker 524 Orchard st 

Kleinpell, Lina Langland 773 Monroe st 

ftlemm, <£tora Lake View High 593 La Salle av 

Kletzing, E. L Norwood Park Norwood Park 

Kletzing, Josiah F. . . Ravenswood 1437 Perry st 

Kleidgen, Frances So. Englewood 6826 Yale av 

Knapp, Mabelle A Brainard 983 W. Polk st 

Knapp, Margaret McPherson 411 Oak st 

Knettle Alice J Geo. H. Thomas 217 Belden av 

Knickerbocker, Hattie.Healy 4837 Forestville av 

Stnity&t, (£mma Thomas Hoyne 263 Elm st 

Kniessel, Bertha E . . . Logan 240 W. North av 

Knight, S. Ida Holmes 61st & Wentworth av 



Appendix. 291 

Knott, Annie E Cooper 90 Seeley av 

Knowlton, Mary H. . . -Bay 5759 Madison av 

Knox,CeliaP Ward Hinsdale 

Knudson, Jennie C Logan 6 W. Ohio st 

Koch, Aurelia Boulevard 1039 N. Kedzie av 

Koch, Rosa M La Salle 454 La Salle av 

Koehle, Mary T Knickerbocker 331 Bowen av 

Stoefctt, 2fap$ta Colman 6334 Sangamon st 

ftoetyer, StargaKt 51 Alcott and Agassiz 1329 Lill av 

Stdfcl, Caroline Ogden 583 N. Clark st 

Kohler, Charlotte J. . . .Adams 272 La Salle av 

Kohn, Dila McAllister 2959 Groveland av 

Kohn, Lillie M Knickerbocker 181 Howe st 

Kohn, Nellie Hamilton 181 Howe st 

Kolb, Elizabeth Ward 3158 Fifth av 

Shtfmmrfleit, Sirotfe g . . , .N.-W. Div. High 23 Ewing PI 

Kopp, William Sp. T. Phys. Cult 788 Milwaukee av 

Kordt, Clara M Boulevard 917 N. Tallman av 

Kormach, Flora Armour street 207 Park av 

Korsch, Emma G Boulevard 702 Ohio st 

Korten, Hattie O Beale 6722 Union av 

Koupal, Kittie L Avondale 361 Warsaw av 

Krackowizer, Alice M...D. S. Wentworth 6657 Stewart av 

Kraus, Pauline M. W. Fuller 4315 Drexel boul 

Krause, Margaret Cornell 6215 Michigan av 

Kreuser, Ida T Audubon 1847 N. Ashland av 

Kreutzburg, Louise Boulevard 214 Walnut st 

ftrieger, @U$e Greenwood & Kenwood.60 Oakwood av 

Krigger, Lillie F Motley 420 Park av 

Krimmel, Matilda Carter 5836 Indiana av 

Kruskopf, Helen Taylor 278 31st st 

Kuebler, Hilda M Ogden 58 Rush st 

&mitg, SBertfya Holmes 5551 Atlantic st 

Kurtz, Joseph H Sp. T. Music 7343 Wright st 

Kurz, Louise H King 1123 W. Harrison st 

Lacy, Anna Kershaw 519 S. Normal Park Way 

Lacy, Louise Sherwood 517 S. Normal Park Way 

Ladd, La Ome Brighton 3726 Wabash av 

2abUtt$|a, SBattba Hancock & Hartigan. . .877 N. Halsted st 

La Force, Anna Pullman Pullman 

Laing, Lucy I Marquette 1502 Monroe st 

Lakay, Antonia La Fayette. 395 Wells st 

Lake, Leta J. N. Thorp 8945 Exchange av 

La Lande, Alda A Foster 435 S. Robey st 



292 Public Schools. 

La Lande, Mary Foster 435 S. Robey st 

Lalor, Agnes B Audubon Highland Park 

Lamb, Charlotte A La Salle 546 Garfield av 

Lamb, Ida L Henry Clay East Chicago, Ind 

Lambe, Anna B Burnside 6156 Lexington av 

Lambert, Vasbti A Jefferson Park Palatine, 111 

Lammey, Jessie L Lowell 29 Irving Place 

La Monte, Margaret B. .Calumet Avenue 2961 S. Park av 

Landin, M. Julia Newbeiry 425 Cleveland av 

Lane, AbbyE Carter 3548 Forrest av 

Lane, Mack M Kelvyn Grove 1088 Tripp av 

Lane, Sadie M Ravenswood 2486 Commercial st 

Lang, Annie A Adams 299 E. Chicago av 

Lang, Clara A. L Schiller 299 E. Chicago av 

Lang, Rosa A Prescott 21 Lincoln pi 

Lange, Julia L Calhoun 308 Park av 

Lansden, Mary G 54th Street 5550 Washington av 

Lantry, JEmma L Manierre 952 N. Clark st 

Lantz, Clara L Thomas Chalmers 416 Jackson boul 

Larck, Frank A Lowell 692 N. Hoyne av 

Larkin, Nellie E Chicago Lawn Chicago Lawn 

Larrison, Eleanor R. . .Lake View High 33 Wisconsin st 

Larsen, Lena T. Humboldt 483 Webster av 

Larson, Augusta Boulevard 94 Fowler st 

Larson Clara C Armour Street 272 Ohio st 

Larson, Constance Parkman 5145 Princeton av 

Larson, Marie C Ryerson 226 Maple av., Oak Park 

Larson, Minnie L Wicker Park 172 Evergreen av 

Laughlin, Mary F Whittier 510 Winchester av 

Laughlin, Nora A Clarke 510 Winchester av 

Laux, Mary Hawthorne 41 Delaware pi 

LaVictoire, Florence E.Madison Avenue 236 Oakwood boul 

Lawrence, Anna Woodlawn 6325 Oglesby av 

Lawrence, Cecilia R . . .Brentano 358 Laurel av., Maplewood 

Lawrence, Elizabeth R. Oak Street 39 May st 

Lawrence, Marie B Irving Park Jefferson Park 

Lawrence, Wm. M Ray 33d 57th st 

Lawson, Florence Tiltfen 120 Park av 

Layton, Genevieve N. . .So. Englewood 10324 Washington av 

Leach, Cephas H Ogden Rogers Park 

Leahey, Kate E Hartigan 4725 State st 

Leahy, Mary J Hedges 4837 St. Lawrence av 

Leaming, Susan F Sp. 1. Drawing 3869 Ellis av 

Learned, Mary A Headley 825 Larrabee st 



Appendix. 293 

Leary, Annie M Mulligan 158 Clifton av 

Leary, Annie E Haven 3326 Armour av 

%tbknt$utx, #elen Louis Nettelhorst 823 Larrabee st 

Leckie, Nellie R Pullman Pullman 

Lee, Emily Scammon 268 Marshfield av 

Lee, Lily N Lewis 428 60th st 

Lee, Nellie A Langland 328 Giddings st 

Leekley, Charlotte W. Div. High 1330 Washington boul 

Leeper, Margaret Walsh 107 Aberdeen st 

Le Febvre, Mary Central Park 193 S. Francisco st 

Lehman, Daniel A Louis Nettelhorst 2340 Indiana av 

Leiferman, Mary C Ellen Mitchell.. 307 Irving av 

Leighton, Theodore F. . S. Div. High 6101 Washington av 

Lennon, Bridget T Foster 2957 Deering st 

Lennon, Mary E Bancroft 476 W. Madison st 

Lent, Kate B. S Walsh 657 37th st 

Lenz, Lydia Kershaw The Yale, Englewood 

Leonard, Bertha A Agassiz 43 Bosworth av 

Leonard, Leila G Woodlawn 135 42d st 

Leonard, Mabel H Healy 135 42d st 

Lerch, Helen B Holmes 6130 Peoria st 

Leslie, Clara L. V. Coll. Prep 1317 Wolcott st 

Leslie, Marion M Grant 83 Loomis st 

Lester, Josephine P Moseley 3145 Groveland av 

Lester, Julia E. P Douglas 3145 Groveland av 

Letter man, Minda Lowell . . .416 Jackson boul 

Letterman, Anna H McClellan 3434 Dearborn st 

Letz, Emma M Carpenter 812 Jackson boul 

Letzkuss, Elizabeth B. .Harrison 2932 Vernon av 

Levin, Rosalie E Harrison. 714 61st st 

Levy, Alex W. Div. High 184 Howe st 

Levy, Eliza M Douglas 1537 Michigan boul 

Levy, Eva Schiller 184 Howe st 

Levy, Sara McPherson 1427 Newport av 

Lewellyn, Kate Harrison 2810 Wabash av 

Lewellyn, Marie Haven 2810 Wabash av 

Lewis, A. B W. Div. High 

Lewis, Carrie C M. W. Fuller .5484 Monroe av 

Lewis, Cora E Belle Plaine Avenue. . . Wheaton 

Lewis, Florence A Hendricks 3317 Rhodes av 

Lewis, John L J. L. Marsh 7606 Carlin av 

Lewis, Nellie L Adams 254 N. Franklin st 

Lewis, Rose A J. R. Doolittle, Jr 3317. Rhodes ave 

Lewis, Sarah M Raymond 3643 Vincennes av 



294 Public Schools. 

Lewis, Virginia S 54th Street 5211 Washington av 

Liedberg, Olga A. T. . . Manierre 371 Mohawk st 

Lieneman, Ida M Froebel 357 Winchester av 

Liese, Charlotte S. . . .Louis Nettelhorst. . 49 Elaine pi 

Lincoln, Minnie Talcott 37 Park av 

Lindsay, Annie J Doran 3357 Paulina st 

Lindsay, Mattie H West Pullman 121 108th pi 

Linebarger, Chas. B . . .8. Div. High 3120 Fifth av 

Linn, Alice R Kosciusko 470 Carroll av 

Linn, Henrietta Lowell 1520 W. Monroe st 

Lintuman, Jennie Walsh 829 8. Wood st 

Liscombb, F. J Sp. T. Singing 4744 Champlain av 

Little, Lublla Y — Garfield 37 Seeley av 

Littleton, Mary E Walsh 132 Lytle av 

Livingston, Christine . .Marquette 375 Winchester av 

Livingston, Mary B . . . Springer 3835 Calumet av 

Livingston, Mary E — Marquette 375 Winchester av 

Lloyd, Emma Montefiore Downers Grove 

Lloyd. Emma A Tilden 712 W. Adams st 

Lloyd, Sara M Brainard 529 S. Oakley av 

Locard, Fredric S. Div. High 177 23d st 

Locke, Hannah B. Hawthorne 12 Olga st 

Locke, Josephine C . . Sup. Drawing Plaza Hotel 

**«*« *•«•«*■ rssskfiss* 

Loeb, Leonore Schiller 528 Dearborn av 

Loewenau, Ida B Clarke 605 W. 14th st 

Lof tus, Annie M Mulligan 57 E. Superior st 

Loftus. Cecilia Oak Street 74 Elm st 

Lof tus, Kate S. . . Huron Street 57 E. Superior st 

Logeman, Rose M . . . . Audubon Cosgrove av and Perry st 

Logeman, Emma Lake View High Perry st & Cosgrove av 

Lonergan, Clara Jefferson 368 Campbell av 

Lonergan, Margaret . . .John Ericsson 368 Campbell av 

Long, Anna E Rogers 217 Owasco st 

Long, Kathryn L Mulligan 82 Maud av 

Loomis, John H Wells 528 W. Monroe st 

Looney, Lizzie T Boulevard 411 Austin av 

Lorentz, Alma C Brainard 2033 Lexington av 

Lord, Elizabeth Chicago Lawn Elsdon 

Lord, Gertrude V Hcammon 7728 Sangamon st 

Lord, Mary L W. Div. High 142 DeKalb st 

Loucks, Evelyn M Talcott 80 Park av 

Louden, Annie T Goodrich 65 Vernon Park pi 



Appendix. 295 

Louden, Mary C Jackson 65 Vernon Park pi 

Lounsbury, C. E Monroe Street Masonic Temple 

Lovelace, Sophronia A . . . Scammon 237 S. Washtenaw av 

Loveridge, Blanche G. .Madison Avenue 7436 Brooks av 

Low, Nettie H Langland 342 Marshfield av 

Lowe, Mary . . . , Washington 363 W. Huron st 

Lowell, Myron H Farren 4739 Langley av 

Lowrance, Eva M . . .Graham 4604 Union av 

Lowry, Chas. D W. Div. High 143 Park av 

Loy, Maysie John Ericsson 89 Whipple av 

Lucas, Lily Newberry 37 Wisconsin st 

Lucas, F. C Hyde Park High 6722 Kimbark av 

gniflarW, 8torelia Franklin 626 N. Park av 

Lull, S. Louise — .... Knickerbocker 1848 Barry av 

Lundegreen, Frances Irving 978 W. Polk st 

Lundgren, Emma S . . .Lowell 38 Goethe st 

Lutiger, Mary E Thos. Chalmers 678 W. 13th st 

Lutz, Harriet B Louis Nettelhorst 1728 Alexander av 

2i!3, Catherine 8 Wicker Park 693 N. Hoyne av 

Lydon, Mary L Moseley 2952 Indiana av 

Lyman. Anna M Jackson 195 California av 

Lyman, Louise A Seward 145 23d pi 

StHSOne, Smma Emerson 116 S. Paulina st 

Lynaugh, May A Columbus 818 W. Indiana st 

Lynch, Caroline A Kershaw 3402 Wabash av 

Lynch, Catherine F Brighton 3268 Paulina st 

Lynch, Catherine T . . . Fallon 4601 Union av 

Lynch, Delia — Graham 4601 Union a\r 

Lynch, Fanny Sp. T. Music 540 Burling st 

Lynch, Josephine K Tilden 142 S. Kedzie av 

Lynch, Kate A Mark Sheridan 2938 Deering st 

Lynch, Lucy Dore 222 S. Morgan st 

Lynch, Mary E Boulevard 142 S. Kedzie av 

Lynch, Nora L Hammond 1561 Lexington av 

Lynn, Hattie L Cornell 7432 Bond av., Windsor Pk 

Lynde, Anna Agassiz 267 Webster av 

Lyon, Margaret A Doran 1373 W. 33d st 

Lyons, Frances Norwood Park Norwood Park 

Lyons, Joanna Sherman 6138 S. Halsted st 

Lyons, Margaret E Fallon 6138 S. Halsted st 

Lyons, Mary E. C Oak Street 237 Oak st 

Lyons, Sara F Sherman 6138 S. Halsted st 

McAdams, Celia Graham 4415 Dearborn st 

Mac Adams, Maud Prescott 455 Racine av 



296 Public Softools. 

MeAIistei, Elizabeth. . .O'Toole 641 Duncan Park 

McAllister, AbbieG ...Kershaw 704Chestnutst.,Englew'd 

McAllister, Augusta . . .Lawndale 863 Central Park av 

McBennett, Mary E Washington 25 Rumsey st 

McBride, Mary Jackson 876 Hermitage a v 

McCabe, Nellie G Ward 273 30th st 

McCallum, Bella Tilton 40 Union Park pi 

McCarthy, Agnes A Ellen Mitchell 715 Carroll av 

McCarthy, Agnes R ...Columbus 22 Rumsey st 

MacCarthy, AnnaG Geo. Wm. Curtis 6926 State st 

McCarthy, Helen Keith 323 37th st 

McCarthy, John Hendricks 5724 State st 

MeCanhy, Lizzie A Auburn Park .5642 Wright st 

McCarthy, Mary L . . . . ff ashburne 154 W. Harrison st 

McCartney, Belle Ray S509 Washington av 

McCartney, Kate Mark Sheridan 352 Michigan av 

McCartney, Margaret ..Pullman 5509 Washington av 

McCauley, Ella W Lincoln 1041 N. Clark st 

McCauley, LenaM Agassiz 1041 N. Clark st 

MacChesney, Prances. .Lewis 6500 Perry av 

McClements, Annie — Burr .692 W. Adams st 

McClements, Mary Wicker Park 629 X. Lincoln st 

McClevey, Matie Longfellow 386 W. 14th st 

McClevey, Rose A . . . . Komensky 386 W. 14th st 

" "Mntock, May H — Uoran Morgan Park 

intock, Phoebe . . .Beale 6524 Dearborn 

oud, Helen Parkside. 132 47th st 

ure, Jessie B Tilden 259 Warren av 

iart, Catherine A. .Franklin 72 Racine av 

>art, Nora H Ogden 72 Racine av 

ilium, Margaret B.. Stony Island Avenue. .7347 Evans av 

)mskey, Rose Parkman 6322 Wentworth av 

mville, Alice Graham 4316 Emerald av 

mville, Annie M.B.. Raymond 4842 Prairie a v 

mville, Elizabeth. .Fallon 4316 Emerald av 

inville, M. Josephine.. Farren- 4842 Prairie av 

inville, Rose F.C.. Oak Ridge 4842 Prairie a v 

>rmick,CharlotteM.. Alice L. Barnard ...5557 Greenest 

<rmick, Nellie Brentano Milw'kee & Crawf' d avs 

■rquodale, Lily — Brentano 171 Perry av 

acken, Emma A.. .Sherwood 754 60th st 

acken, Mary C — Andersen 706 W. Superior st 

len, Anna L Raymond -. 3541 Michigan av 

illoch, Grace E — Komensky 394 S. Western av 



Appendix. 297 

McCulloch, Lillias G . . . . Throop 394 S Western av 

McCullough, Ella Von Humboldt 617 W. Superior st 

McCurdy, Sara J Bowen 6616 Honore st 

McDade, James E Geo. Wm. Curtis 2636 Kensington av 

McDermott, Emma H. .John Crerar 306 Campbell av 

McDermott, Isabelle I .Holden 2957 Bonaparte st 

McDermott, Mary E.W..McClellan , 3121 Emerald av 

McDermott, Theresa M . .Holden 2957 Boaaparte st 

Mac Donald, Alf. E. .McClellan 4035 Prairie av 

MacDonald, Belle H Montefiore 156 Walnut st 

MacDonald, Bessie E. . . Wells 156 Walnut st 

MacDonald, Elizabeth. .McClellan 3526 Portland av 

'Macdonald, Ida M Wells 1010 Washington boul 

McDonald, Kate J Brentano 2257 Irving av 

McDonald, Katherine. Graham 4338 Emerald av 

MacDonald, Maggie Pullman Pullman 

McDonald, Margaret E. .Graham , . .4338 Emerald av 

McDonald, Sarah A Huron Street 271 E. Chicago av 

McDonnell, Frances W . .Schiller 266 N. Franklin st 

McDonnell; Susie J Ravenswood 2684 Commercial st 

McDonough, Abigail . . . Buckley 4306 Ashland av 

MacDougal, Margaret . .Calumet High 7114 Eggleston av 

McDougal, Mary G. . . .Wells Riverside 

McDowell, Flora M Lincoln 437 Centre st 

McDowell, Jennie N Jones 6444 Madison av 

McEachron, Julia P. . Parkside 3625 Forest av 

McElherne, Bridget Hendricks 2808 Emerald av 

McElligott, Jennie C. . .Holden 4514 Indiana av 

McElligott, Minnie E. . .Holden 4514 Indiana av 

McEwen, Grace R Yale 607 66th st 

McFarlin. Clara H. . Fulton 3047 Groveland av 

McGarry, Lizzie M S. Halsted Street 623 W. Harrison st 

McGarty, Catherine. Jefferson 351 Center av 

McGill, Sarah Grant 22 Hamilton av 

McGillen, Josie Arnold 967 N. Halsted st 

McGillen, Lizzie A... Greeley 967 N. Halsted st 

McQinley, A. Terese Oak Ridge 4917 Prairie av 

McGinnis, Jas. W Holmes 616 66th st 

MacGinnis, Rosemary. . W. Div. High 281 S. Leavitt st 

McGinty, John B Parkman 6341 Wright st 

McGirr, Lida E Armour Street 373 Monroe st 

McGlinn, Agnes Geo. Howland La Vergne 

McGlinn, Lillie Seward La Vergne 

McGrath, Genie Wells 220 S. Austin av.,Austin 



298 Public Schools. 

McGrath, Mary Tilton 220 S. Austin a v., Austin 

McGrath, Mollie Marquette 696 California av 

McGuire, Maggie B Manierre 30 Goethe st 

McGuire, Theresa L. ...I'eachers 1 Training Class. 314 N. State st 

McHugh, M irgaret V . . .Newberry 168 Milton av 

Mclnerny, Kath. A Mark Sheridan 2737 Portland av 

Mclnnis, Agnes M Columbus 814 Austin av 

Mclntire, Laura Headley 127 Fremont st 

Mack, Josephine W. Div. High 1732 York pi 

Mackay, Elizabeth John McLaren. La Grange, 111 

McKay, Jennie S Cooper 293 Marshfield av 

Mackelvey, Abbie. W. . .Armour Street 1076 Washington boul 

McKelvey, Elizabeth. . .Geo. Wm. Curtis 445 65th st 

McKelvey, Henrietta . . Kershaw 445 65th st 

McKelvey, Louise Lewis 445 65th st 

McKenzie, Martha A. . .Sumner 208J£ Warren av 

McKeon, Elizabeth A. . Bryant 2202 Congress st 

McKeon, Jane J Bryant 2202 Congress st 

McKeon, Kittie J Schiller 149 Vedder st 

McKeon, Margaret Adams 149 Vedder st 

McKeown, Helen W — Arnold. 28 Lincoln pi 

McKeown, Mary I Newberry 28 Lincoln pi 

McKeown, Susan. Hawthorne 28 Lincoln pi 

McKewin, Susie F Thos. Chalmers 474 W. Adams st 

Mackey, Nellie Dore 291 S. Jefferson 

McKillop, Anna Hancock 740 Matteson st 

McKillop, Lizzie Parkman 74u Matteson st 

McLain ? Annabel Lawndale 28C6 W. 40th pi 

McLaren, Helen M Rogers. 297 Loomis st 

McLaren, Isabel Agassiz 2233 Sheridan road 

McLaughlin, Margaret. Grant 1551 Monroe st 

McLaughlin, Visa W. C. Goudy j 22 f rg ^ A ^ n aV " 

McLean, Elizabeth M. .Froebel 170 S. Peoria st 

MacLellan, Kate Brownell 6921 Wentworth av 

McLeod, Amelia S Motley 811 Carroll av 

McMahon, Anna E Langland . . . 419 Wabansia av 

McMahon, Gertrude — Carpenter 8 N. Center av 

McMahon, Katherine . . Washburne 355 Blue Island av 

McMahon, Mary Froebel 929 W. Polk st 

McMahon, Mary C Everett 3041 Lock st 

McMahon, Mary E Cooper 6702 Vincennes av 

McMahon, Mary F Longfellow 355 Blue Island av 

McManus, Lizzie L Oak Ridge 4840 Grand boul 



Appendix. 299 

McManus, Lucy J Brighton 3610 Emerald av 

McMar us, Sadie G Oak Ridge 4840 Grand boul 

McMillen, Marilla A.. .Keith 6447 Evans av 

McNanly, Eliza M Rogers 311 W. 13th st 

McNarney, Mary A. .Hartigan .33d st. and Wabash av 

McNeal, Maud Logan »55 Perry av 

McNealley, Jennie Henry Clay 6125 Ellis av 

MclSeil, Mary Scanlan 2613 1 16th st 

McNeill, Katherine C. .Hancock 4714 Wentworth av 

McNulty, Anna L Dore 270 Maxwell st 

McNutt, IdaC Humboldt 

Mabie, Catherine S La Fayette 546 Austin av 

Mackamer, Minnie B. . .Yale 5528 May st 

MacKenzie, Delia Carpenter 654 W. Superior st 

Madden, Anna C Garfield 477 Marshfield av 

Magee, Belle I Jefferson 603 W. 12th st 

Magee, Margaret V — Rogers 603 W. 12th st 

Magee, Marion E Rogers 603 W. 12th st 

Magorian, Georgina . . .Brighton 5119 Dearborn st 

Magrady, Irene I Throop 559 Center av 

Maguire, Alice F Kinzie 100 N. Market st 

Maguire, Jennie C . . Healy 5532 Atlantic st 

Mahaffey, Frances V. . .Clarke 63 Edgemont av 

Maher, Helen A Buckley 2831 Deering st 

Maher, Jennie F Agassiz 1334 N. Halsted st 

Maher, Joanna A O'Toole 5042 Princeton av 

Maher, Kathryn V . . . .Franklin. 1334 N. Halsted st 

Maher, Nellie B Brainard 331 Aberdeen st 

Mahlecke, Agnes La Fayette 319 E. North av 

Mahlecke, Minnie M . . .Headley 319 E. North av 

Mahoney, Agnes M — Thomas Hoyne 64 Whiting st 

Mahoney, Maggie J — O'Toole 3333 State st 

Mahoney, Nora E — Scanlan 11736 State st 

Mahony, Clara H. . . Komensky 720 Congress st 

Mahony, Maggie Hendricks 296 > Bonaparte st 

Mahony, Nora P Holden 2965 Bonaparte st 

Mahr, Kittie D Hancock 3953 Michigan av 

Maigne, Grace E Ellen Mitchell 69 N. Leavitt st 

Maine, Mabel Brenan ] Student's Hall, Engle- 

Malefyt, Anna B Calumet Avenue 6732 Wabash av 

Mallory, Mary E Farren 7337 Stewart boul 

Mallory, Maude F Schiller 110 Wesson st 

Maloney, Kittie E Jackson 422 W. Taylor st 



300 Public Schools. 

Maloney, Rose A Jackson 422 W. Taylor st 

Malsh, Rosalie Longfellow 396 J£ Jackson boul 

Manchester, Ada E Madison Avenue 7519 Brooks av 

Mandel, Sarah A Harrison 3655 Prairie av 

Manix, Elizabeth M — Carpenter 415 Jackson boul 

Mann, Emma D. &p. T. Music 469 Washington boul 

Mann, Hermine Kosciusko 643 Burling st 

Mann, Marie L McAllister 3006 Parnell av 

Manning, Mary E Rogers 426 W. Polk st 

Mansfield, Sue Beale 763 62d st 

Manson, Jean Forestville. 4551 Wabash av 

Marble, Fannie L Pacific 292 E. Indiana st 

Marble, Florence Humboldt 292 E. Indiana st 

March, Emma 8p. T. Drawing. Oakland Hotel 

Marchesseault, Carol'e.. J. N. Thorp 9142 Mackinaw av 

Marcuse, Jessie H Franklin 102 Hammond st 

Marden, Julia Burr 456 Dayton st ; 

Marlow, Frieda A Wells 12 Keith st j 

Marnane, Mary J Jackson 328 S. Center av 

Maroney, May T Walsh 1810 Michigan av 

Marr, Jennie S Goodrich 354 W. Congress st 

Mars, Minnie F Newberry 1425 Dunning st 

Marsh, Luella I Bancroft 20 Ewing pi 

Marsh, Mary R Alice L. Barnard Tracy, 111 

Marshall, Etta J Brownell 7620 Eggleston av 

Marshall, Janet M Forestville 310 E. 41st st 

Marshall, Mary E Jones 62 Bryant av 

Marshall, Mattie A Audubon 175 Woodside av 

Marshall, William I.Chicago Lawn 1882 W. 22d st 

Marson, Eleanor Sherman 648 6lstst 

Martens, Nellie M Ellen Mitchell Franklin Park 

Martens, Susie B Andersen 38 Whiting st 

Martin, Alice I Calumet Avenue 3122 Rhodes av 

Martin, Anna B Newberry 402 Center st 

Martin, Olara T Healy 3712 Emerald av 

Martin, Daniel R — Pullman Pullman 

Martin, Emma R Lewis. . 66th and Yale sts 

Martin, Gertrude E Taylor 3972 Vincennes av 

Martin, Harriet A Taylor Julien Hotel, Englew'd 

Martin, J. Adella Logan 1120 N. Western av 

Martin, Jennie H Chicago Lawn Elsdon 

Martin, Katherine R. . .Kosciusko 101 Iowa st 

Martin, Margaret J — J. R. Doolittle, Jr 3122 Rhodes av 

Martin, Nellie C Haven 7000 Addison av 



Appendix. 301 

9Rarg, Smma Cooper 628 Fullerton av 

Mason, Hattie Woodlawn 6832 Washington a v 

Mason, Mary B. E Amerson 215 S. Prairie av, Austin 

Matevy, Elizabeth Goethe 900 Walnut st 

Mather, Elizabeth E.. . .King 301 Campbell av 

Mather, Mabel C Foster 1151 Grenshaw st 

Mathews, Carrie A Hammond 421 Hermitage av 

Mathews, Martha E — Lowell 368 Dickens av 

Matousek, Milada E . . . Walsh 741 S. Halsted st 

Matthews, Grace E Audubon 807 Chicago av.,Evans'n 

Matthews, Mary E . . . .Phil. Sheridan 9328 Ontario av 

Mattison, Myrtle E Ellen Mitchell Wheaton, 111 

Mattson, Jennie L Yon Humboldt 433 N. Hoyne av 

Matzinger, Hanna Alcott 170 Howe st 

Mau, Lizzie V Brighton 3516 Honore st 

Maxwell, Carrie E Parkside 7620 Bond av 

Maxwell, Fred. B W. Div. High 2025 Lexington av 

May, John W Beale 4528 Champlain av 

Mayer, Anna L Longfellow 220 W. 13th st 

8ftH)er, £uut$c (£ Kershaw 6724 Sherman st 

Mayo, Frank Cummings 9128 Mackinaw av 

Meade, Kate Walsh 1487 Congress st 

Meade, Lizzie OToole 712 44th st 

Meade, Marie L Alcott 41 Newport av 

Meagher, Grace Park Manor 6631 Drexel av 

Meagher, Maria T Schiller 656 Orchard st 

Meagher, Mamie D Seward 431 42d pi 

Meagher, Minnie F Cooper 550 W. 21st st 

Means, Elizabeth S Kershaw 6820 Perry av 

Meany, Emma Seward 5746 La Salle st 

Mear, Bella M Washburne 231 S. Morgan st 

Meara, Margaret F Parkman 4619 Dearborn st 

Meck, Samuel R Bancroft 101 Fowler st 

Meissner, Ella J Drummond Chicago Lawn 

Mellen, Mabel Lowell 911 N. Kedzie av 

Mellor, Jean S.Mac W. .Asst. Supt. Drawing. .240 Hampden ct 

Melody, Genevieve Hyde Park High 3118 Prairie av 

Melzer, Kate Jefferson Park Oak Glen, 111 

Sttcnbfcdm, 8erfl>a Yale 536 65th ct 

SRenMttS, 3)torfe Holden 615 N. Park av 

Meredith, Lizzie Washburne 127 S. Hoyne av 

Merrill, Herbert L. .Beaubien Mont Clare 

Merrill, Mabel D Ellen Mitchell May wood 

Merriman, Alden N . Hayes 820 W. Monroe st 



302 Public Schools. 

Merritt, Mary G Goodrich 24 Pratt pi 

Merry, Mary Lowell 2681 Irving av 

SWetdfoto, 3&a Headley 226 Schiller st 

Metz, Emma Bancroft 247 Bissell st 

Meyer, Edith Mulligan 173 Howe st 

Meyer, Esther M Walsh 63 Winthrop pi 

5WeUer,3foa M. W. Fuller 174 Oakwood boul 

Mighell, Ida Bryant 6156 Oglesby av 

aRifmtfto, Dttilie Douglas 2502 Wabash av 

Mikuska, Jessie Garfield 109 Bunker st 

Millar, Anna L . Webster 67 31st st 

Millard, Laura M . . . . Lawndale 1153 Lawndale av 

Millen, Katherine B . . .Beaubien 885 Chase av 

Miller, Adelaide W Arnold 1741 Deming ct 

Miller, Antoinette. 8p. T. Draining 392 Washington boul 

Miller, Carrie Bancroft 797 N. Washtenaw av 

Miller, Edwin L Englewood High. 5518 Woodlawn av 

Miller, Effie W Geo. Wm. Curtis. 11456 Indiana av 

Miller, Elizabeth E Duncan Avenue 6830 La Fayette av 

Miller, Erin C Boulevard 1985 W. Madison st 

Miller, Fannie S Wells 270 W. Huron st 

Miller, Geo. W Irving Park Forest Glen 

Miller, Jeannie F O'Toole 447 38th st 

Miller, John C Eng. H. <fc Man. Tr. . 512 Pleasant av., Oak Park 

Miller, Lily E .Pacific 4318 Evans av 

Miller, Lucy H Jackson 253 Ewing pi 

Miller, Margaret M Healy 3118 5th av 

Miller, Mary A Franklin 243 E. Superior st 

Millerd, Florence J . . . .Lawndale 1153 Lawndale av 

Milliken, Hattie Fallon 143 Garfield boul 

Milliken, Orris J — Fallon 143 Garfield boul 

Milnamow, Katherine .Ryerson 129 S. Western av 

Milner, Isabella S Madison Avenue 7436 Brooks av 

Milner, Sarah A . . .Madison Avenue 7436 Brooks av 

Miner, Imogene S Irving 922 Jackson boul 

Miner, Lina W. C. Goudy 13Q8 Benson av., Evanston 

Minnick, James Logan 990 W. Madison st 

Minshull, Margaret — D. S. Wentworth Blue Island 

fflttft*, Pauline W. Division High 214 Schiller st 

Mitchell, Charlotte L . . Wicker Park .' 862 Mitchell av 

Mitchell, Clara Z Hoerner Students' Hall, Englewood 

aWifctien, Sanra $. .Cummings and J. N. Thorp. . .6836 Sherman st 

Mitchell, Marcella Yale 6655 Harvard av 

Mitchell, William R. . .Hyde Park High 429 57th st 



Appendix. 303 

Mitchell, Zaidee Hermann Raster 66th and Yale av 

Mitsch, Helen Fallon 45 f >5 State st 

Mix, Charles L N.-W. Div. High 361 Campbell av 

Moakley, Nellie H Geo. H. Thomas 1522 Lill av 

Moberg, Johanna R Foster 2 Willis ct 

Moe, Grace J Oak Street 6 Gault pi 

Moffett, Marie E John Crerar 1120 Monroe st 

Mohan, Mary W Oak Street 234 Elm st 

Mohrmann, Katherine E. .Sheldon 73 Hill st 

Mole, Frances E Forestville 146 42d st 

Molloy, Maggie P Walsh 687 W. 22d st 

Moloney, Cassie R Brown 113 N. Lincoln st 

Moloney, Jennie A ... Cooper 85 Loomis st 

Monfort, Myra M Englewood High 230 65th st 

Montgomery, Blanche 1). . Alcott 546 Garfield av 

Montgomery, Nellie M . .Brentano 933 N. Ashland av 

Moody, Florence J Washburne 325 Pease ct., Oak Park 

Moody, Mary E McAllister 866 34th st 

Mooney, Anna Von Humboldt 382 Jackson boul 

Mooney, Frank J Burroughs .3605 Champlain st 

Mooney, Lizzie C Franklin . . .203 Chestnut st 

Mooney, Mollie G Von Humboldt . . 1671 Monroe st 

Moore, Ada M John Crerar 390 S. Oakley av 

Moore, Annie Drummond 142 Ridgeway av 

Moore, Elizabeth A Emerson 190 Warren av 

Moore, Julia M Goodrich 1150 W. Harrison st 

Moore, Mary B Lake View No. 5 49 Hobbie st 

Moore, Mary D Burr 214 Townsend st 

Moran, Helen V La Fayette 449 S. Leavitt st 

Moran, Mary Fallon 469 S. Leavitt st 

Moran, Mary F Webster 6201 Wabash av 

Moran, Olive A Scanlan 7122 Stewart av 

Morange, Agnes J Foster 1283 Congress st 

Morehouse, Adaline Douglas 3158 Prairie av 

Morey, Emma F Pickard 461 Claremont av 

Morey, Frances Goodrich 885 W. Adams st 

Morey, Mary K Central Park 665 Park av 

Morf, Emma E Dore 312 Maxwell st 

Morgan, Carrie J James R. Doolittle, Jr. .3765 Rhodes av 

Morgan, Estluer Louis Nettelhorst 1484 Newport av 

Morgan, Florence Agassiz 1135 Montana st 

Morgan, Ida Marquette 569 Kedzie av 

Morgan, Nellie A Emerson 705 Carroll av 

Morgan, Nellie R Auburn Park 2817 5th av 



304 Public Schools. 

Morony, Mary Kershaw 6342 Wentworth av 

Morris, Eva B McClellan 564 Kenwood pi 

Morris, Lulu C Woodlawn 6147 Sheridan av 

Morris, Mary John McLaren 719 VanBuren st 

Morris, Mary E Kinzie 115 Hudson av 

Morrison, Florence Greenwood Avenue 371 E. 43d st 

Morrison, Mary E Springer 562 42d st 

Morrison, Virginia Lewis PrincetonHotel, Englewood 

Morse, Edward L. 0. . .Phil. Sheridan 7301 Bond av 

Morse, Frank L West Division High. . . 1543 Fulton st 

Mortell, Mary E Ellen Mitchell 218 Walnut st 

Mortimer, Anna M Bancroft 83 Walton pi 

Mosher, Josephine E. . .Lincoln 682 Fullerton av 

Moss, Flora L Geo. Wm. Curtis 613 65th st 

Motschman, Emma Lake View No. 5 1515 George st 

Mouat, Margaret C — John Ericsson 572 Warren av 

Moulton, Annie K Skinner 25 Waverlv pi 

Moulton, John B Kelvyn Grove 1088 Tripp av 

Mount, Sylvia W Agassiz 423 Orchard st 

Mountain, Edith M Goethe 409 E. Huron st 

Mountz, Silas W . ...SpT. Singing 23 Kemper pi 

Mowbray, Cora B . — Pullman 11338 Indiana av 

Moynihan, Mary A . . . McClellan 660 37th ct 

Mueller, Albert C Kelvyn Grove 183 Clybourn av 

SRueller, 2toua Sumner 1499 Washington boul 

Muench, Frieda Hawthorne 1641 N. Clark st 

Muir, Georgian a W . . Pickard May wood 

Mulets, Sarah A Pullman (Calumet) . . .f> Florence boul 

Mulhall, Nellie R Motley 362 Austin av 

Mullaly, Nellie T Walsh 353 Marshfleld av 

Mullay, Anna Drummond 299 Chicago av 

Mullen, Sarah J South Halsted Street. . .491 S. Wood st 

Muller, A. Anna Van Vlissingen 10842 Wabash av 

Muller, Julia C Wicker Park 568 N. Hoyne av 

Mulligan, Mary E Brighton 1324 33d st 

Mullins, Elizabeth M . .Mulligan 1921 Deming ct 

Mulvihill, Lizzie A Horace Mann 4027 Wabash av 

Munger, Gertrude B. . . Pacific 122 Park av 

Munger, John B Waifs' Mission „44 State st 

Munroe, Henry F West Division High. . .821 Jackson boul 

Munsell, Hattie C Rogers Park 804 Morse av 

Munsbn, Augustus J. . .John Ericsson 2271 Fulton st 

Murchison, Alice M. ... Emerson 133 S. Grove av., Oak Park 

Murphy, Agnes H Brenan 2628 Archer av 



Appendix. 305 

Murphy, Anna Throop 3245 Portland av 

Murphy, Anna M Eogers 1020 W. Adams st 

Murphy, Anna M Ward 3160 La Salle st 

Murphy, Cecilia B Holden 2628 Archer av 

Murphy, Delia V Blaine 1841 Beta st 

Murphy, Elizabeth W. . Washington 476 W. Ohio st 

Murphy, Ella M Schiller 22 Beethoven pi 

Murphy, Ellen A Manierre 283 Sheffield av 

Murphy, Fannie A Douglas 3024 Prairie av 

Murphy, Ida C Holden 2628 Archer av 

Murphy, Julia T Lincoln 1531 George st 

Murphy, Kate E Logan 91 Townsend st 

Murphy, Katharine Graham 4619 Wentworth av 

Murphy, Lizzie M Thos. Hoyne 158 La Salle av 

Murphy, Louise Hancock 4619 Wentworth av 

Murphy, Nellie Fallon 634 Layton st 

Murphy, Nellie M Geo. H. Thomas 1535 George st 

Murphy, Rose A Washburne 651 W. Taylor st 

Murphy, Teresa M Washburne 916 W. 12th st 

Murray, Belle M Talcott 711 Fulton st 

Murray, David L Hermann Raster 6725 Marshfleld av 

Murray, Katie A Holden 2864 Deering st 

Murray, Kate L Holden 2960 Deering st 

Murray, Mary E Seward 126 S. Green st 

Murray, Mary J Goethe 188 La Salle av 

Murray, Nellie F Holmes 625 56th st 

Murray, Nora A Komensky 27 Elburn av 

Myers, Sadie E Emerson 908 Monroe st 

Myers, Sue B Hayes 908 Monroe st 

Nash, Georgina Carter 749 62d st 

Nash, Gertrude Carter 749 62d st 

Nealis, Mary J Montefiore 29 E. Huron st 

Neely, Ruth D. S. Wentworth. : 6412 Dickey st 

Neill, Jennie R Pullman 6426 Stony Island av 

Nelson, Clara Wells 861 Milwaukee av 

Nelson, Edith R Agassiz 1431 Wolfram st 

Nelson, Joseph Raleigh — Grant 1015 Washington boul 

Nelson, Mary A Carpenter 385 W. Ohio st 

Nenninger, Ida L Gallistel 3624 Cottage Grove av 

Nenninger, Laura A. . .J. R. Doolittle, Jr 3624 Cottage Grove av 

Nesbitt, Mary S J . R. Doolittle, Jr 48 35th st 

Weubert, fltotalfo Logan 81 Powell av 

Neville, Mary A Hawthorne 457 Evanston av 

Nevins, Sarah D. S. Wentworth 6657 Stewart av 



306 Public Schools. 

Newbecker Clara M — Oakland 3960 Drexel boul 

Newell, Hulda H W. C. Goudy Evanston 

Newett, Mary George Howland 1797 W. 22d st 

Newkirk, Alice Burr 498 Fullerton av 

Newman, Sara O'Toole 3148 Union av 

Newton, Minnie C McPherson 1254 E. Ravenswood Pk 

Nicholas, Nellie Scammon 1492 Washington boul 

Nichols, Edna S Ray 6496 Lexington av 

Nichols, Fred R Eng. H. & Man. Tr 1672 W. Van Buren st 

Nichols, Harriet D. S. Wentworth. 5348 Dearborn st 

Nichols, Jennie R McAllister 3021 Union av 

Nichols, Laura P Garfield 296 W. Monroe st 

Nichols, Miriam C Rogers 78 Cypress st 

Nicol, Jessie Holmes 5654 Emerald av 

Nicolai, Clara Y Geo. Wm. Curtis 623 W. 115th st 

Wfcofoi, aWtmrie 8 Geo. Wm. Curtis 623 W. 115th st 

SRieftntf, SJtottfoa Wl Webster 3431 Indiana av 

Nielsen, Thyra A Wells 2239 N. Ashland av 

Niemeyer, Mary E Prescott Lake Forest 

Nightingale, Fanny C. .Sp. T. Singing Argyle Park 

Nightingale, Robert . . .Auburn Park 6319 Wright st 

Nilsson, Anna Keith 3652 Dearborn st 

Nilsson, Jennie A Horace Mann 3652 Dearborn st 

Nind, Emmaretta R. . . .Haven 117A Laugjiton st 

Nisbet, Nellie N Gallistel 10406 Ewing av 

Wifleit, ©erfta Bancroft 24 Lane PI 

Wifitn, (Smmtt Wl Wells 192 Mohawk st 

9Wffen, $ora Dore 24 Lane PI 

Noa, Emily T SchiLer 136 Locust st 

Noble, Frances L Calhoun 162 Sacramento av 

Noble, Mary F South Englewood Blue Island 

Noll, Augusta E Throop 573 W. 14th st 

Noonan, Mary Doran 750 W. 45th st 

Noonan, Mary A Longfellow 621 W. Harrison st 

Norden, Jeannette H. .Lincoln 716 Sedgwick st 

Nordhem, Harriet J . . . Goethe 47 W. Erie st 

Norstrand, Mathilde. . .Burr 460 Potomac av 

North, Annie F Cooper 503 Hermitage av 

North, Mary T Cooper .503 Hermitage av 

Northern, Sarah A Knickerbocker 425 Seminary av 

Northgraves, Annie C. . Von Humboldt, 480 N. Clark st 

Norton, James H Lake View High 2463 Commercial st 

Norton, Laura H Lake View High 2453 Commercial st 

Norton, Margaret Von Humboldt 90 Whipple st 



Appendix. 307 

Nottelmann, Margaret. Humboldt 596 N. Robey st 

Nourse, Edwin H Sp. T. Music Downer's Grove 

Nourae, Harriet E Keith 3650 Dearborn st 

Novotny, Annie 8 Brainard 12 Spruce st 

Novotny, Carrie M South Hals ted Street- . .12 Spruce st 

Noxon, Frances F Bancroft 771 N. Campbell av 

Noyes, Maria P Calhoun 1032 Wilcox st 

Noyes, Nellie A Jefferson Arlington Heights 

Nusbaum, Flora Geo. Wm. Curtis 3600 Lake ave 

9hf#3tantter, HwtJit Andersen 445 Wells st 

Nutting, Anna L Forestville 3812 Langley av 

Nutting, Lovilla H. Ryerson 484 Warren av 

O'Brien, Adeline C Froebel 269 S Morgan st 

O'Brien, Agnes W Farren 601 E. 41st st 

O'Brien, Anna L Schiller 33 Otis st 

O'Brien, Annie Kosciusko. 391 Austin av 

O'Brien, Bridget F Throop 57 Waller st 

O'Brien, Elizabeth A. . M. W. Fuller 5761 Dearborn st 

O'Brien, Isabel M Hamilton Highland Park 

O'Brien, Jane A Carpenter 10 St. James pi 

O'Brien, Joanna A John Ericsson 1284 Tan Buren st 

O'Brien, Joanna M . . .Sherman 3512 Lowe av 

O'Brien, Julia C Kinzie 133 Chestnut st 

O'Brien, Kathryn A . . .Longfellow 174 Ashland boul 

O'Brien, M. Agnes Kinzie 46 Beethoven pi 

O'Brien, Margaret. Farragut 122 S- Sangamon st 

O'Brien, Margaret M. . .Columbus 153 Sedgwick st 

O'Brien. Mariana H . . .Skinner 525 Congress st 

O'Brien, Mary Parkman 5015 Princeton av 

O'Brien, Mary A M. W. Fuller 4523 Prairie av 

O'Brien, Mary C Colman 4149 Calumet av 

O'Brien, Nellie G Hancock 5015 Princeton av 

O'Brien, Rose A Mark Sheridan 714 42d st 

O'Brien, Rose M McAllister 3100 Wabash av 

O'Brien, Theresa Calhoun 174 Ashland boul 

O'Byrne, Agatha Longfellow 634 S. Ashland av 

O'Byrne, Mary J Longfellow 634 S. Ashland av 

O'Callahan, Mary Carpenter 681 Fulton st 

O'Callahan, Nellie Talcott 681 Fulton st 

O'Callahan, Nonie Talcott 681 Fulton st 

O'Connell, Kittie F Andersen 553 W. Chicago a v 

O'Connor, Catherine W. .Longfellow 412 E. 45th st 

O'Coxxor, Daniel Colman 4946 50th st 

O'Connor, Dora L Lincoln 488 Webster av 



308 Public Schools. 

O'Connor, Etta A McClellan 4427 Calumet av 

O'Connor, Florence 2V. . .Blaine 488 Webster av 

O'Connor, Josephine A . Clarke . . .686 W. Adams st 

O'Connor, Julia Taylor 5528 Dearborn st 

O'Connor, Lilla Lincoln 488 Webster av 

O'Connor, Lucy C Clarke 506 Marshfleld av 

O'Connor, Mary A Hoerner 7140 Emerald av 

O'Conner, Mary I Fulton 6617 S. Green st 

O'Connor, Nellie Oak Street 127 North Market st 

O'Connor, Nellie Walsh 73 Canalport av 

O'Conor, Kate M Colman 4709 Wabash av 

O'Dea, Margaret A Hedges 3229 Paulina st 

O'Gorman, Anna J Wells 76 Emma st 

O'Grady, Kate Hancock 5256 Atlantic st 

O'Grady, Kate Thos. Chalmers 1102 W. Polk st 

O'Grady, Katberine. . . .Hancock 5256 Atlantic st 

O'Grady, Nellie Beale 5256 Atlantic st 

O'Grady, Verona Hawthorne 1207 Wilton av 

O'Hare, Alice Healy 3752 Butler st 

O'Keefb, Mary W Throop 4644 Evans av 

O'Keefe, Sarah J Jefferson Park . . Arlington Heights, 111 

O'Leary, Jennie Washburne 627 W. 14th st 

O'Malley, B. Anna McAllister 3525 Wentworth av 

O'Malley, Delia. Franklin 374 Sheffield av 

O'Malley, Katharine. . .Franklin 110 Locust st 

O'Malley, Margaret S. .Seward 3525 Wentworth av 

O'Neill, Annie J Central Park 1081 Monroe st 

O'Neill, Isabel A Lincoln 557 Orchard st 

O'Neill, John Doran 4621 Champlain av 

O'Neill, Margaret L . . . Hancock 5256 Atlantic st 

O'Neill, Mary E Pickard 1356 Fulton st 

O'Neill, Mary J Huron Street 91 E. Superior st 

O'Neill, Sara Lake High 2963 Wabash av 

O'Shaughnessy, Katie L. .McAllister 3359 Auburn av 

O'Shea, Mary Everett 72 25th pi 

O'Toole, Winifred G . . .McAllister 3002 Lowe av 

Oakes, Katherine Van Vlissingen 11049 Michigan av 

Ober, Anna H Goodrich 881 Fulton st 

Ober, Louise H Talcott 881 Fulton st 

Oberlander, Mary C Carpenter 511 W. Ohio st 

Oberlander, Sara E Amerson 324 Maple av., Oak Park 

Ogle, Villa E Woodlawn 6655 Harvard av 

Ohde, Emma E Kershaw 407 67th st 

Ohr, Florence Brighton 3631 Champlain st 



Appendix. 309 

Okeson, Jennie B Douglas 2821 Indiana av 

Okeson, Margaret Burnside 2821 Indiana av 

Oldf ather, Geo. W Eng. H. & Man. Tr'g .. . . Winnetka 

Oleson, Lilian Wicker Park 89 Evergreen av 

Oliver, Fannie E Montefiore 382 Jackson boul 

Oliver, Kate A James R. Doolittle, Jr .296 37th st 

Olsen, Ella M Bancroft 802 Maplewood av 

Olsen, Ellen C Pacific 669 Maplewood av 

Olson, Albertine J Montefiore 943 Jackson boul 

Olson, Anna O Carpenter 491 Ridgeway av 

Olson, Christine C Humboldt 648 Maplewood av 

Olson, Lena N Boulevard 648 Maplewood av 

Olson, Mary D Park Manor. .... 3532 Vernon av 

Olson, Minnie C Brownell 6339 Stewart av 

Onthank, Kate F M . . .Andersen 81 Newton st 

Oosterbeek, Cato Carter 613 62d st 

Oosterbeek, Margo Lewis 613 62d st 

Ormsby, Fulton B Brownell ...... 6746 Perry av 

Orr, Claire A N.-W. Div. High 738 W. Adams st 

Osborne, Alice M Andersen 478 N. Robey st 

Osborne, Lillie A Cornell 5726 Madison av 

Osgood, Alice F Lake View High 1815 Surf st 

Osinga, Gerbrandus A. . Armour Street 1217 Jackson boul 

DStell, & $ Calumet Avenue 2107 Michigan av 

Ostrander, Chas. H. .Kelvyn Grove 1104 Tripp av 

Ott, Hedwig T Burr 640 Montrose boul 

Ottaway, Ella M Lake High 6419 Peoria st 

Ottenheimer, Fannie H.Harrison 3016 Dearborn st 

Otto, Emma Sherman 5213 Emerald av 

Owen, Cora L Douglas 3150 Forest av 

Owens, Amy Parkside 6241 Sheridan av 

Owens, Mary J Rogers Park 1846 Wesley av.,Evans'n 

Paddock, Harriet Oak Ridge 5254 Wabash av 

Paden, Emma E Jefferson 354 S. Paulina st 

Padgett, Helen E Burroughs 596 E. 46th st 

Page, Benjamin E Lake View High 691 Evanston av 

Page, Hannah E Irving 88 Flournoy st 

Page, May A Longfellow — 222 Marshfield av 

Page, William L Lake View High 691 Evanston av 

Pahlman, Ida M J. N. Thorp 174 Oakwood boul 

Paine, Louie A Fernwood 10320 Emerald av 

Paine, Orra C Sherman 6101 Wright st 

Palmer, Fanny M John Ericsson 354 Hoyne av 

Palmer, Kate B — Boulevard 86 Heine st 



310 Public Schools. 

Palmer, Nora Hayes 157 S. Robey st 

Pam, Carrie Clarke 733 Monroe st 

$ammel, Htotae 6 Lewis 626 62d st 

Panker, Emma J Newberry 6 Howe st 

Parantau, Clementina. .Andersen 1085 Milwaukee av 

Parantau, Lillie E Andersen 1085 Milwaukee av 

Parelius, Alvida Drummond 82 Mozart st 

Parker, Charles I. . .South Chicago High . . .893 71st pi 

Parker, Emily Monteflore 430 Jackson boul 

Parker, Etha L Scammon 430 Jackson boul 

Parker, Luella M .Skinner 641 Monroe st 

Parker, Marilla Z Greenwood Avenue 5496 Ellis av 

Parker, Martha Douglas 2825 Michigan av 

Parker, Nellie Drummond 909 N. Robey st 

Parker, Stella G Knickerbocker 123 Osgood st 

Parkes, Beth B Alcott 377 Dearborn av 

Parrey, Carrie J Scammon 1059 Jackson boul 

Parsons, Alice C Brown 835 W. Adams st 

Parsons, Amelia S . . . .54th Street 5550 Washington av 

Parsons, Frances S Greeley 681 Fullerton av 

Parsons, Millicent A . . . J. N. Thorp 9055 Commercial av 

Pashley, Gertrude M. . .South Halsted Street . .446 Irving av 

Patchel, Sara E Clarke 412 Winchester av 

Patchen, Alice M Kershaw 6339 Honore it 

Paterson, Annie M Foster 235 S. Robey st 

Patterson, Carrie F — Drummond 275 Oak st 

Patterson, Grace Adams 275 Oak st 

Patterson, Mary E Sherman 5935 Wentworth av 

Patterson, Minnehaha. .Keith 3322 Dearborn av 

Pattison, Arthur North Divison High. . .306 N. Groveav.,Oak Pk 

Pattison, Edith Jackson 306 N. Grove av.,Oak Pk 

Paulk, Lillie E King 411 Claremont av 

Paulsen, Kate B Burr 203 Vilas av., Rav'nsw'd 

Payne, William C — Lawndale Hinsdale, 111 

Payne, William M West Divison High — 1601 Prairie av 

Peacock, Florence C . . .Hawthorne 1509 George st 

Peacock, Helen John Ericsson 1138 Wilcox av 

Peacock, Mabel B Alcott 1375 N. Halsted st 

Pearson, Lilla M Foster 418 Oakley av 

Peary, Hettie M Froebel 52 Ambrose st 

Pease, Mavolta C Carter 5357 Jackson av 

Peaslee, Flora B Farren 8514 Peoria st 

Peaslee, May Forestville 8514 Peoria st 

Peats, Anna E Louis Nettelhorst . 1542 Wolfram st 



Appendix. 311 

Pech, Josephine Holden 4034 Prairie av 

Perceval, Frank — Sp. T. Phys. Cult 626 N. Eockwell st 

Peck, Helen I Greenwood Avenue 6328 Stony Island av 

Peet, Belle G Adams 210 Giddings st.,Rav'wd 

Peet, Harriet Henry Clay 505 62d st., Englewood 

Peirce, E. Belle Springer . 3233 Wabash av 

Peirce, Eva L Alice L. Barnard 1738 103d st 

Peltier, Evelyn Blaine 1218 N. Halsted st 

Pendergrass, Mary E. . .Franklin 49 Humboldt boul 

Penman, Isabella A Komensky 475 14th st 

Pennington, Mabel A. .Brighton 3539 Michigan av 

Pennoyer, Grace Van Ylissingen 633 Chestnut st 

Pepoon, Herman S Lake View High. ..2443 Com'l st, Ravens wood 

Perce, Sara G Brown 1086 Monroe st 

Perdue, H. Avis Keith 7118 Dobson av 

Perrine, C^H South Division High . . .3410 Rhodes av 

Perry, Elizabeth Brownell 6738 Perry av 

Perry, Esther R Madison Avenue Brooks av and 75th st 

Perry, Kate E Hancock 319 Maple st, Englewood 

Peter, Millie C Humboldt 674 W. Adams st 

Peters, Alice L Phil. Sheridan 9858 Ewing av, So. Chicago 

Peters, Clara Dore 16 Plum st 

Peters, Gertrude Skinner 16 Plum st 

Peters, Tyndal A N. -West Division High. 23 Ewing pi 

Petersen, Anna H Columbus 381 LeMoyne st 

Petersen, Josephine E.. Ogden 1644 Fletcher st 

Peterson, Anna E Hawthorne 1324 N . Halsted st 

Peterson, Emma P — Hammond 635 Flournoy st 

Peterson, Julia LaFayette 467 Potomac av 

Peterson, Nellie Calhoun 635 Flournoy st 

Peterson, Ola G Taylor 10325 Av. J. So. Chicago 

Petrie, Mildred Marquette 145 Campbell av 

Pettee, Sara E Lewis 1200 Jackson boul 

Pettersen, Christian A. ...Jefferson High 901 W. North av 

Pettibone, Ira W North Division High. . .178 Warren av 

Petti t, Anna V Duncan Avenue 5722 Kimbark av 

Pettit, Jennie B Woodlawn 132 35th st 

Pfantz, Mary Prescott 265 Lincoln av 

Pfeifner, Minnie Avondale 36 Clay st 

Pfuderer, Virginia L. . .Farragut Berwyn, Cook Co 

Phelan, Anna E Monteflore 346 Belden av 

Phelps, Jessie A Alcott 1727 Frederick st 

Phelps, Lilian Geo. H. Thomas 373 Burling st 

Phelps, Mary A Hayes 14 S. Hoyne av 



312 Public Schools. 

Phelps, Ruth L John McLaren 1541 W. Adams st 

Philbrick, Margaret E. Hawthorne 674 Fullerton boul 

Philips, Flora A Pacific 85 Potomac av 

Phillipps, Edith M Logan 421 Superior st 

Phillips, Angela M Agassiz 1434 Wolfram st 

Phillips, Ellen E Ravenswood 284 Sunnyside av 

Phillips, Mary B Calumet High 620 Hawthorne av 

Pierce, Eleanor A Hyde Park High i The Windermere, 55th 

* i st and Cornell av 

Pierce, John M English H. & Man. Tr .256 Wisconsin av., O. P 

Pierce, Marion E .Brentano 378 Hoffman av 

Pierce, Mary E Forestville 361 41st st 

Pierce, Mary R Woodlawn 300 61st pi 

Pierce, Winifred M — Polk Street 44 Hamilton av 

Writ, STOarie Park Manor 376 E. Chicago av 

Pieton, Annie Hancock 6345 Stewart av 

Piggott, Nellie T Manierre 230 Fremont st • 

Pigott, Alice M D. S. Wentworth 504 Englewood av 

$ild>cr, ajtyrtte Lawndale 1115 Lawndale av 

Pilkington, Richard S. .English H. & Man. Tr .302 S. Leavitt st 

Pistor, Lydia Hammond 947 Spaulding av 

Pitkin, Anna Lake View High 2410 Paulina st 

Pitt, Adeline H Longfellow 1242 Jackson boul 

Plant, Annette Lewis 4361 Emerald av 

Plant, George D Seward 3915 Dearborn st 

Plant, Pearl M Van Vlissingen 10842 Wabash av 

Plapp, Frederick Wm. .Jefferson High 2549 Irving av., I. P 

Pleins, Florence Montefiore 22 St. Johns pi ' 

$let% ©elma Ellen Mitchell 126 Siegel st 

Plimley, May tie B ..... . Madison Avenue 6952 Webster av 

Plumb, George R. . . . . Farragut 931 Sawyer av 

Plunkett, Minnie F . . .Foster 149 Noble st 

Pollard, N. Belle Norwood Park 4253 State st 

Pool, Ellen Pickard 43 Selden st 

Poppelbaum, Louise E. .Newberry 1642 N. Halsted st 

Populorum, Estelle C. . .Wicker Park 92 Park st 

Porges, Minnie A Walsh 3329 Forest av 

Port, Elsabeth V — Sumner 537 Jackson boul 

Port, Elsie Vane . . — Sumner 537 Jackson boul 

Porter, Albietta W. . . . D. S. Wentworth 6565 Yale av 

Porter, Ella M . . '. . . . . .Moseley 2551 Michigan av 

Porter, Ethel W D. S. Wentworth 6741 Wentworth av 

Porter, Genevieve R — Parkman.. .' 3612 Parnell av 

Porter, S. Edith Stony Island Avenue . .1244 94th st 



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Potter. Frances L 

PoaLson T Mary E*. 

Powell, Anna 

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Powers. Margaret L 

Powers, Mary F 

Power*. Nellie M_ 

Powles, George A 

Pratt Elizabeth L. 

Pratt, Florence B 

Pratt. Lacy B 

Pratt. Nettie L 

Pratt. Sarah F. 

Prendergast. Amd;a M 

Preacott. F^>ra E. 

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Price. Je^xzw* L. 

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314 Public Schools. 

Quinn, Nellie W Manierre 25 E. Erie st 

Quinn, Rose C Louis Nettelhorst 1813 Oakdale av 

Quirk, Mary E Ellen Mitchell 1383 Washington boul 

Quirk, Mary J Ellen Mitchell 122 Walnut st 

Quitman, Julia Humboldt 257 Dearborn av • 

Radcliffe, Annie Brighton 3233 Wabash av 

Radke, Mary Boulevard — 1196 Western av 

Rafferty, Bessie V . . . . Ellen Mitchell 446 W. Huron st 

Rafferty, E. Nellie Thos. Hoyne 276 E. Superior st 

Rafferty, Mary A Motley 446 W. Huron st 

Rafferty, Rose E Motley 446 W. Huron st 

Ralph, Catherine E — Springer .3739 Wabash av 

Ralph, Margaret A Springer 3739 Wabash av 

Ramey, Marie E Dore 151 S. Robey st 

Ramey, Mildred M Brown 151 S. Robey st 

Rand, Grace Lake View High Lombard, 111 

Randall, Anna P Lawndale 3344 Harold av., Berwyn 

Randall, Ruth M Forestville 349 42d st 

Randolph, Ruth Louis Nettelhorst 1738 Diversey av 

Rank, Alma Thomas Chalmers 972 Central Park av 

Banney, Harriet A Hayes 20 S. Francisco st 

Ransom, Helen H Duncan av 3817 Elm wood pi 

9toW>f Wmalia Brainard 664 W. Lake st 

9&0W, SontSe Throop 555 N. Robey st 

Raquet, Minnie Ryerson 521 S. Halsted st 

Rathburn, Helen M . . Sherwood 4043 Ellis av 

Rau, Amy I Haven 3318 Forest av 

Rau, Laura Forestville 4331 Berkeley av 

Raven, Albertina Bowen 7933 Edwards av 

Ray, John T John Crerar 477 S. Leavitt st 

Rea, Clara J. L. Marsh , .9035 Commercial av., S. Chi 

Rea, Laura B Webster 3663 Wabash av 

Reddick, Julia Thos Chalmers 1200 W. Harrison st 

Redfleld, Grace K Moseley 2933 Prairie av 

Redfield, Josephine — 54th st 2933 Prairie av 

Reed, Eva H Prescott 489 Fullerton av 

Reed, Grace S. Div. High 4342 Champlain av 

Reed, Grace A Garfield 362 W. Harrison st 

Reed, Josephine Hyde Park High 4342 Champlain av 

Reed, Minnie A Springer. 225 28th st 

84eeb, Pauline 9R J. R. Doolittle, Jr 4342 Champlain av 

Reeder, Bessie Holden 3039 Main st 

Beedy, Kate A Geo. H. Thomas 1041 Belmont av 

Reedy, Mary Hawthorne 1041 Belmont av 



Appendix. 315 

Keeve, Irene Phil Sheridan 7621 Ford av 

Keeves, Nellie L Polk Street 62 Flournoy st 

Began, Levi T Sherman 609 66th st 

Keich, Anna E Mulligan 71 Burling st 

fteidjtlt, <£aectfie Carpenter 461 N. Lincoln st 

Reichmann, Emma F. .La Salle 54 Clifton av 

Reid, Annie L Calumet Ayenue 77 26th st 

Reid, Eleanor J Calumet Avenue 2842 Prairie av 

Reid, Gertrude A Park Manor 6643 Langley av 

Reid, Grace E Park Manor 6643 Langley av 

Reid, Jane F Calumet Avenue 77 26th st 

Reid, Janet D Forestville 8004 Reynolds av 

Reid, Margaret Rogers Park 765 Lunt av., Rogers Pk 

Reid, Sue J West Pullman 2613 116th st 

Reidy, Elizabeth Brighton 3534 Vermont av 

Reiling, Mary I Arnold 247 Lincoln av 

Reilly, Eliza B Douglas 2956 Indiana av 

Reilly, Lucinda Raymond 2956 Indiana av 

Reilly, Marcella — Sp. T. Music 2639 Indiana av 

Reilly, Mary E Ellen Mitchell 2663 Fulton st 

Reinach, Amelia La Salle V22 Sedgwick st 

ffietajarb, Amelia Blaine 91 Wisconsin st 

Reinhart, Ella Washington 343 Dearborn av 

Reisenweber, Clara F. .Harrison 4547 Champlain av 

Reisenweber, Louise . . .Beale 4547 Champlain av 

Renaudy Flora V. Madison Avenue 99 Whipple st 

Renne, Rose C Lowell 775 N. Kedzie av 

Rennick, Louise D Pullman 7142 Evans av 

Rennie, Robert H South Englewood 817 87th st 

Renshaw, Anna L Bancroft 58 Goethe st 

Renshaw, Esther A Franklin 58 Goethe st 

Reuter, Minnie E Skinner 1145 Washington boul 

Reynolds, Edythe A La Fayette 245 Park av 

Reynolds, Jennie E — Phil. Sheridan 7918 Edwards av 

Reynolds, Josephine . . .Chicago Lawn Clarkdale Junction 

Reynolds, Lotta Chicago Lawn Clarkdale Junction 

Reynolds, Mary E D. S. Wentworth 44 The Yale, 66th&Yate 

Rice, Florence E Sherwood . . 6955 Perry av 

Rice, Florence I Calhoun 157 Oakley av 

Rice, Mary E. S Walsh 584 W. Adams st 

Rich, Maggie E Wells 675 W. Chicago av 

Richardson, Clara M. . .Walsh 1073 W. Polk st 

Richardson, Irene H . ...Garfield 590 Congress st 

Richberg, Elinore C — Moseley 2335 Indiana av 



316 Public Softools. 

Richberg, Fanelia O . . .Phil. Sheridan 2335 Indiana av 

Riches, Esther Whittier 1284 Congress st 

Richman, Isabel E . . . .Oakland 43«'»5 Langley av 

Richter, Augusta Prescott .841 Montana st 

Ridgley, Kathryne Colman 4736 Dearborn st 

Riedel Louise Calhoun 924 Warren av 

Rieder, Frank W Burnside ■ 3584 Ashland av 

Riedle, Florence A Parkside 5837 Washington av 

Riley, Elizabeth Langland 420 Armitage av 

Riley, Margaret J La Salle 154 E. Indiana st 

Riley, Mary E Ogden 154 E. Indiana st 

Ringland, Lillys Englewood High 3606 Rhodes av 

Ringland, Rachel A . . .Healy 3606 Rhodes av 

Rinker, Alden S Von Humboldt 935 N. Kedzie av 

Riordan, Katharine A. .Brainard 286 S. Oakley av 

Riordan, Stella T J. R. Doolittle, Jr 3810 Langley av 

Ripple, Louise M Oakland Hyde Park Hotel 

Rishel, Austin C Lake View High 615 Berteau av 

Ritchey, Samuel E English H. & Man. Tr . 427 W.. Congress st 

Ritter, Lavinia Huron Street 173,4 Melrose st 

Roach, Katharine G — Whittier 738 Hinman st 

Roach, Mary E Graham 4209 Union *av 

Robbins, Margaret T. . . Forestville 218 37th st 

Robbins, Simeon V Lake View High 5479 Kimbark av 

Roberts, Hannah Goodrich 343 W. Congress st 

Roberts, Helen F John McLaren- 982 W. Polk st 

Roberts, Minnie E Ellen Mitchell Maywood, 111 

Roberts, William M. . .Pacific . . 1081 Kimball av 

Robertson, Christine W . . Burr 2784 Com'l st. , Rav'nw'd 

Robertson, Ella Hendricks 4354 Dearborn st 

Robertson, Stella Walsh 1278 Jackson boul 

Robinson, Adelia E . . .Central Park 1527 Carroll av 

Robinson, ALBERr R. .English H. & Man. Tr Hinsdale, 111 

Robinson, Anna T — Kershaw 516 Englewood av 

Robinson, Frances W. .Bowmanville Bowmanville 

Robinson, L. Kate. . . .Lowell 262 Walnut st 

Robinson, Mary H Froebel 739 W. Harrison st 

Robinson, Maud Brownell Blue Island, III 

Robinson, Nellie H — Froebel 739 W. Harrison st 

Robson, Isabelle F Graham 744 Gordon st 

Roche, Lizzie M Hancock 354 Swan st 

Rochford, Anna T Brighton 3556 Marsh field av 

Rochf ord, Mary E Buckley 3556 Marshfield av 

Rochford, Statia G Buckley 3556 Marshfield av 



Appendix. 317 

Rock wood, Geo. II West Division High 929 Jackson boul 

$R0b<$, #pe§ Auburn Park 650 Englewood av 

Rodgera, Mary M Seward 3903 Wentworth av 

9toe$£fer, grieba Headley 655 Sedgwick st 

9}oe$£ler, 3to!>it ® Burroughs 555 Sedgwick st 

Rogers, Agnes A Englewood High 538 E. 46th st 

Rogers, Fannie G Everett 2981 Archer av 

Rogers, Jennie A Beaubien 373 W. Monroe st 

Rogers, Jessie A Blaine 1609 Wrightwood av 

Rogers, Kittie G Everett 2981 Archer av 

Rogers, Margaret E Stony Island Avenue. .6430 Sheridan av 

Rogers, Mary E Lowell 481 W. Ohio st 

Rogers, M. Nellie Everett 77 Dearborn st 

Rogers, Nellie La Fayette 172 N. Morgan st 

9fol)tt, Olga SB Garfield 607 Henry st 

Roland, Anna La Salle 267 Rush st 

Roland, Hattie C Manierre 17 Carl st 

Root, Elizabeth B'. John Ericsson 171 Ashland boul 

Root, S. Jessie Brown 119 S. Albany av 

Roper, Martha Sp. 2*. of Music 1013 N. Halsted st 

Rose, Carrie E Holmes 5305 Halsted st 

Rose, Emily F Emerson 149 Park av 

Rosenberg, Carrie Brighton 3940 State st 

Rosenthal, Julia L Ogden 382 Bissell st 

Rossler, Claire E Wells 46 N. Hoyne av 

Rothfuss, Phoebe Brenan 2519 Michigan av 

Rowland, Frances W. . .Jefferson 91 Laflin st 

Rowley, Ellen M Wicker Park. .... 664 W. Erie st 

Royall, Fanny A Foster 398 S. Troy st 

Roynon, Carrie G Lowell 151 S. Halsted st 

Ruarc, Carrie 8p. T. Music 3133 Indiana av 

Ruehl, Othelia A Pickard 525 Taylor st 

Rueping, Olive H Froebel 15 N. Paulina st 

Ruggles, Martha M . . Huron Street 205 E. Chicago av 

Ruhl, Clara B Yale 7241 Yale av 

fltottmaii, (gmma 9R Keith 407 La Salle av 

Rummell, Elizabeth . . .Greenwood Avenue 4462 Berkeley av 

ffittW, 3n(ia Duncan Avenue 895 N. Clark st 

Rusch, Louise C Pickard 918 S. Ashland av 

Russ, Addie M Hamilton 90 Diversey pi 

Russell, Ella M Brown 794 Monroe st 

Russell, Eva W West Div. High 228 S. Hoyne av 

Russell, Kate A Brainard 301 S. Euclid av.,Oak Pk 

Russell, Mary Throop 38 Winthrop pi 



318 Public Schools. 

Russell, Olive Hartigan 4214 Ellis av 

Russell, Sara J Hayes: 14 S. Hoyne av 

Ruthenberg, Blanca L . . Humboldt 1817 Belmont av 

Ruthenberg, Olga A Manierre 1817 Belmont av 

Rutherford,Florence H. Forestville 4423 Indiana av 

Ryan, Elesha A Graham 743 W. 43d st 

Ryan, Elizabeth Lincoln 647 Orchard st 

Ryan, Elizabeth A Franklin 92 Park av., Lake View 

Ryan, Emma G Skinner 351 W. Adams st 

Ryan, Helen B Webster 3308 Wabash av 

Ryan, Josephine C Throop 349 Blue Island av 

Ryan, Julia H Parkman 6360 Atlantic st 

Ryan, Margaret M Prescott 86 May st., Lake View 

Ryan, Mary E Thos. Chalmers 341 Hastings st 

Ryan, Millie M. Beale 6233 Peoria st 

Ryan, Sara A Alcott 86 N.May st, Lake View 

Ryan, Sarah V Thos. Hoyne 92 Park av., Lake View 

Ryder, Emma J Healy 3301 Halsted st 

Ryer, Helen E Goodrich 799 Monroe st 

Sabin, Stewart B Geo. Howland.. 1278 W. Adams st 

Safford, Carrie C Ellen Mitchell 708 Washington boul 

St. Clair, Jennie Kershaw 6416 Honore st 

St. Clair, M. Agnes Kershaw 6416 Honore st 

St. Lawrence, Margaret C. .McClellan 3236 Ullman st 

Salhinger, Rachael Hammond 688 S. Fairfield av 

Salisbury, Aurelia M . . . Brainard 1147 Lexington st 

Salmon, Ethel M Burr 915 N. Robey st 

Salomon, Selma Moseley 313 41st st 

Sampson, Gertrude G. . .Hayes 593 Fulton st 

Sampson, Mabel M. . . .Cooper Ill 53d st 

€<mber, SJtorgarete Walsh 143 Lincoln av 

Sanderson, Margaret . . .Kelvyn Grove 1091 Howard av 

Sanderson, Maude L . . .Huron Street 86 E. Chicago av 

Sandus, Mary J Carpenter 205 W. Ohio st 

Sargent, Ellen H Calhoun 1105 Jackson boul 

Sargisson, Anna E Longfellow 402 Blue Island av 

Sargisson, Mary Komensky 402 Blue Island av 

Sass, Clara C Grant 847 W. Monroe st 

Sass, Wila Komensky 847 W. Monroe st 

Sauer, Alma M Wells 590 W. Chicago av 

Sauer, Mary J Cooper 601 W. 20th st. 

Saunders, Anna S Cornell 5134 Armour av. 

Saunders, Margaret E. .Duncan Avenue 7134 Ridgeland av. 

©anre, Stybia McClellan 2719 Indiana av. 



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Sauter, M. Lulu Arnold 541 Cleveland av. 

Savage, Matie A Burr Wilmette, 111. 

Sawyer, Emma Lake View No. 5 1220 Wrightwood av. 

Sayles, Mary J Bowen 358 W. 64th st. 

Sayre, Carrie A Duncan Av 7929 Beynolds av. 

Sayward, Maria H . . . Motley 173 Ashland boul. 

Sbarbro, Augustina M. . Foster 58 Grand av. 

Scanlan, Anne E Everett 1538 35th st. 

Scanlan, Mary J Brenan 6347 Wharton av. 

Scanlin, Marie J Tilton 1548 Park av. 

Schaefer, Adeline S. A.. Newberry 391 N. State st. 

Schaefer, Mary T Von Humboldt 391 N. State st. 

©flaefer, 9to$a 8 Garfield 526 Albany av. 

Schaff, Matilda C Thos. Hoyne 400 Pine av., Austin. 

Schaffner, C. Louise — La Salle 656 Fullerton av. 

Schaffner, Minnie H — Forestville 3721 Forest av. 

Schellinger, Kate W. ...Oakland 205 44th st. 

©cfceitft, %tma <g Garfield 646 N. Wells st. 

©djeunemaiin, $Uraa N. W. Div. High 345 Hudson av. 

Scheurer, Mina P Kershaw 7201 Webster av. 

Schiff, Hannah Mulligan 527 Dearborn av. 

Schiff, Minnie Mulligan 527 Dearborn av. 

Schiffer, Wilhelmine ....Baymond 4160 Ellis av. 

Schifflin, Ida Blaine 390 Mohawk st. 

Schilling, Gertrude P. . .Ward 639 39th pi. 

Schimek, Cecelia B Walsh 663 S. Ashland av. 

©djinbler, (Slfo Moseley 3158 Groveland av. 

©djirad), Sfamrie Wl Clarke 587 S. Ashland av. 

©dtfracj, Wltta 84 Clarke 587 S. Ashland av. 

Schjoldager, Bertha S. .Carpenter 367 W. Huron st. 

Schjoldager, Inger M. . Adams 367 W. Huron st. 

€djfotfeto, Soiitfe Lowell 958 N. Kedzie av. 

@d)mibgaH, 2Jtotifea gf . . . .Hayes 755 N. Park av. 

Schmidhofer, M Sp. T. Phys. Cult 601 St. Elmo st., L. V. 

Schmitt, Kate C Hammond 320 W. 12th st. 

©d)mit$, SJtoria ft Stony Island & Burnside . . 6956 Kinney av. 

Schnell, Caroline A Boulevard 196 Mozart st. 

Schoeninger, Lizette.. . . Agassiz 1644 Dewey ct. 

Schoenstedt, Carrie H. .Clarke 511 Ashland boul. 

Scholes, Alice J. N. Thorp 27 Aldine sq. 

Schooley, Huldah Prescott 1188 Wrightwood av. 

Schottenfels, Birdie Geo. Wm. Curtis 5602 Jackson av. 

Schottenfels, Ella A . . .Greenwood Av 5602 Jackson av. 

Schottenfels, Estha Marquette 5602 Jackson av. 



320 Public Schools. 

©djrarara, (Emma 3 Beale 811 6lst st. 

Schreiber, Lottie L Motley 270 N. Paulina st. 

Schreiner, Cornelia R. . Lincoln 486 N. Clark st. 

Schreiner, Emma A Marquette 237 Campbell av. 

€>d)roeber, $ora Andersen 654 N. Paulina st. 

€>$roeber, (£mma Andersen 654 N. Paulina st. 

Schroeder, Inez E Chicago Lawn .Chicago Lawn. 

©djroeber, SSknba SB Brown 84 Page st. 

Schroll, Louise Goethe 228 E. North av 

Schryver, Jenny L Everett 2432 Cottage Grove av 

©djilltae, ffioSa $ Wells 1432 Wolfram st 

Schulz, Augusta E Whittier 711 S. May st 

Schulz, Ida M Von Humboldt 720 N. Robey st 

Schumacher, Marie E. .Brainard 634 Washburne av 

@djltraamt, $<m!tac John McLaren Auburn Park, 111. 

Schwann, Anna La Salle 122 Center st 

Schwann, Kate Pickard 726 N. Oakley av 

Schweitzer, Amelia Humboldt 2336 W. Congress st 

Scobey, Carlotta B Forestville 371 Bowen av 

Scotford, Grace R Lawndale ... Hinsdale, 111. 

Scott, Abigail B Prescott 321 Southport av 

Scott, Maria Skinner 229 S. Washtenaw av 

Scott, Mary G Melville W. Fuller 392 E. 40th st 

Scott, Nellie J Central Park 680 Warren av 

Scribner, Belle G King 426 Warren av 

Scuddbr, Clarence O.. . Emerson 1325 Main st., Evanston 

Scully, Agnes L Hayes 812 Washington boul 

Scully, Florence Irving Park 2300 Irving av 

Seaman, Carrie B J. R. Doolittle, Jr 151 36th st 

Seaman, Georgia A J. R. Doolittle, Jr 151 36th st 

Sears, Amelia N Montefiore 71 Park av 

Sears, Sarah B Armour Street 71 Park av 

Seator, Flora J Von Humboldt 961 N. California av 

®tibt, 9ttarprtf La Fayette 479 Seminary av 

Seidensticker, Frank . .Greenwood Avenue 419 E. 45th st 

Seifert, Joanna E Ravenswood 2746 N. Paulina st 

Semmler, Rosa Washburne 57 W. Randolph st 

Sener, Harriet Ellen Mitchell 1041 Wilcox av 

Sergeant, Mary L West Division High . . .464 W. Adams st 

©eijer, Virginia & H Newberry 131 Clybourn av 

Shanley, Carrie M Colman 4019 State st 

Shanley, Elizabeth R . .Goethe 109 Wade st 

Shanley, Margaret . Scammon "... .586 W. North av 

Shannon, Annie M Pickard 725 W. Harrison st 



Appendix. 321 

Shannon, Margaret J. . . .Oak Street 61 Whiting at 

Shapaker, Agnes M Foster 267 8. Paulina st 

Shartau, G. A Grant 898 Warren av 

Shaver, Ida A Cooper 216 N. State st 

Shaw, Ada M Brown 635 Jackson boul 

Shaw, Grace Haven 1520 Monroe st 

Shaw, Louise Farragut 1113 Central Park av 

Sheahan, Katherine Auburn Park 5129 Princeton av 

Shearin, Margaret E. . .Newberry 35 Chatham ct 

Sheedy, Nellie A Hermann Raster 5413 Princeton av 

Sheehan, Anna C King 25 Campbell Park 

Sheehan, Mary E John Crerar 25 Campbell Park 

Sheehy, Nellie F Polk Street 1697 W. Harrison st 

Sheeny, Rosa M Polk Street 1697 W. Harrison st 

Sheffer, Mildred M Bowen 9136 Erie av 

Sheldon, Ella F Hammond 672 W. Adams st 

Sheldon, Grace R Forestville 4223 Langley av 

Shelledy, Jessie C Harrison 6653 Harvard av 

Shepard, Hiram H . . . . Avondale Melrose and California av 

Shepard, Margaret M . .Douglas 3008 S. Park av- 

Sheridan, Julia M La Salle 747}£ N. Park av 

Sheridan, Theresa Mulligan 440 Oak st 

Sherman, Lena M Brighton 3411 Paulina st 

Shewbridge, Nellie M. .Parkman 5230 La Salle st 

Shields, Ella A Foster 708 Warren av 

Shinn, Josephine E . . .Holmes 3228 S. Park av 

Shirley, Minnie Fulton 5515 Emerald av 

Shirra, Marguerite A Logan 243 Hoffman av 

Shoemaker, Emma T . . Weils .427 Belden av 

Shottenfels,GertrudeR. Brown 5602 Jackson av 

Showerman, Alice Washburne 691 S. Ashland av 

Shoyer, Alice Calhoun 151 S. Hoyne av 

Shoyer, Miriam I Armour Street 151 S. Hoyne av 

Shultz, Clare M Norwood Park Palatine, 111 

Shurr, Lillie M Ellen Mitchell 687 W. Erie st 

Sicard, Ernest.. North Division High. . . Park Ridge, 111 

Sibbbbt, Ida M Sp. T. Singing 42 Ogden av 

Siegle, Emma M Carpenter 47 N. Talman av 

©letoetf, GJarlotte £ Englewood High 3410 Rhodes av 

Silkb, Lucy S Sp. T. Drawing 3307 Rhodes av 

Silliman, Frances M . . . Alcott 274 Belden av 

Simon, Jennie Cooper 451 Congress st 

Simpson, Eflle A Hawthorne , . . 548 Cleveland av 

Simpson, Isa Andersen 2340 Irving av., Irv.Prk 



822 • Public Schools. 

Simpson, Mary A. H. . .McClellan 6706 Sangamon st 

Sleek, Leah L Knickerbocker 819 Bissell at 

Sinek, Rose Newberry 319 Bissell at 

Sisson, EdnaL Holmes 559 Chestnut st.,E'g'Wd 

Sisson, Fred. M Ryetaon 837 Warren av 

Siason, Lucy E Chicago Lawn 559 Chesnut st, Engw'd 

Siter, Clare M McPberson 1206 Ridge av.,Ev*n8t'n 

Skelly, MaryE Burr 436 Seminary av 

Skinner, Gertrude C....Brainard 941 W. Van Bur en st 

Skora, Natalie H Knickerbocker 160Cliftonav 

Slack, Ella V Schiller 694 N. Park av 

Slack, Jennie E Huron Street 694 N. Park av 

Slack, Maria A Franklin 694 N. Park av 

Slattery, Anise Emerson 178 Warren av 

Slattery, Jessie B Central Park 178Warrenav 

Slattery, Nellie Talcott 178 Warren av 

Sleight, Barbara H Tilton 52 N. Homan av 

Slevin, Nellie Talcott 911 Fulton st 

Slingluff, I. May Newberry 321 Mohawk st 

Sloan, Charlotte A Sherman 607 Chestnut st, Engw'd 

Sloan, Jemima Ellis Avenue 607 Chestnut St., Engw'd 

Sloan, Leila S. Hals ted Street .... 279 S. Oakley av 

Sloan, Minnie G Harrison 607 Chestnut st.Eng'wd 

Sloan, Percy H N.W. Division High. ..824 W. Adama at 

Slocum Jeremiah South Division High... 88 26th st 

Sloeum, Walter F Lake High 88 26tb st 

€lotaei, SQbin Ravenswood 1048 Byron av 

Slosson, Belle Marquette 1041 Wilcox av 

Slotterbec, MaryG Raymond 3638 Michigan av 

Smale, Elizabeth B . . . . Washburne 124 DeKalb st 

Smalley, Honta North Division High... 277 La Salle at 

Smallwood, Mabel E....EngIewood High 6111 Diekey st 

Smallwood, Ruth Lewis . . 6311 Diekey st 

"""""it, Maude J Clarke 627 Adams st 

!y, Daisy A Calumet Avenue 134 30th st 

y, Ellen M Jones 134 80th at 

, Adella E Jefferson Park Palatine, 111 

, Albert L Englewood High 6581 Union av 

, AnnaL Thos. Chalmers 1172 Taylor st 

, Annie A Hartigan 3209 Wentworth av 

, Annie C Washington 423 Austin av 

, Belle.. Cooper 1732 23d st 

, Caroline Polk Street 352 Hermitage av 

, Catherine E Tilton 543 S. Prairie av 



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Appendix. 323 

Smith, Charles H Hyde Park High 5313 Washington av 

Smith, Clementine Van Vlissingen 2744 Portland av 

Smith, Cora A Washington. . , 56 S. Ada st 

Smith, Effie M Kershaw 517 S. Normal Parkway 

Smith, Eleanor C Kershaw 5850 Wright av 

Smith, Elizabeth L Walsh 47 Plum st 

Smith, Fannie R South Division High . . . 3410 Rhodes av 

Smith, Grace T Kenwood 3342 Rhodes av 

Smith, Jedediah H. . .Rogers Park 533 Morse av., Rogers P 

Smith, Jennie Williams. Irving 44 Hamilton av 

Smith, Jennie F Farragut 804 W. Monroe st 

Smith, Jessie L Hawthorne 1837 Reta st 

Smith, Libbie Douglas 562 E. 42d st 

Smith, Lilie Holden 3343 Paulina st 

Smith, Lizzie C South Division High . . . 3634 Ellis Park av 

Smith, Lucy A Logan 632 W. Monroe st 

Smith, Marie R O'Toole 1814 57th st 

Smith, Mary E Froebel 354 W. Harrison st 

Smith, May E South Englewood 95th and Western av 

Smith, May E Brenan 6940 Wright st 

Smith, M. Lewis Mulligan 1714 Barry av 

Smith, Robert M Eng. High and Man. T.1384 W. Monroe st 

Smith, Spencer S West Division High 125 S.Waller av., Austin 

Smith, Theresa G Franklin 360 La Salle av 

Smither, Florence Brownell 6500 Perry av 

Smither, Harriet R Hendricks 6601 Lafayette av 

Smyser, Washington D. .Brentano 2473 Washington av 

Smyth, Elizabeth A Grant 455 W. Erie st 

Smyth, Mary H Grant 455 W. Erie st 

Smyth, Margaret Wells 455 W. Erie st 

Sneed, M. Elizabetii Brown 97 Warren av 

Snod grass, Marian Langland 736 N. Hoyne av 

Snodgrass, Mary Langland 736 N. Hoyne av 

Snow, Alice B Irving .52 Hamilton av 

Snow, Catherine L Carter 6857 Wright st 

Snowhook, Belle L Raymond 3976 Langley av 

Snyder, Lydia E Brentano 2622 Hartzell st., N. Evanston 

Soelke, Amanda F Washington 20 S. Sangamon st 

Soelke, Ida M Logan 931 Basil av 

Solberg, Henrietta. Columbus 897 N. Leavitt st 

Solberg, Mary Motley 897 N. Leavitt st 

Solial, Arthur H West Division High. . . .752 W. Monroe st 

Sollitt, Alice E Kenwood 4020 Prairie av 

Sollitt, Fannie M M. W. Fuller 4020 Prairie av 



324 Public Schools. 

Solner, Anna M Armour Street 575 Fulton st 

Soloman, Ida Fifty-Fourth Street 8420 Calumet av 

Sommer, Julia K Goodrich 253 Ewing st 

©Unite, Smut 2 Arnold 1848 Beta st 

Souhan, Mar sella Wicker Park. 477 Washington boul 

Southwick, Clara Pullman 173 37th st 

Spaulding, Sadie Y . . . .Headley 281 Webster av 

Spears, Edith Farragut 878 Sawyer av 

Speer, W. W Moseley 6454 Grove pi., Englewood 

Speirs, Mary E Wells 308 Austin av 

Spellacy, Agnes T Hedges 3631 Marshfield av 

Spencer, Julia M Woodlawn 521 62d st 

Spencer, Lucy Avondale 820 Hammond av 

Spencer, Mary G Farragut 212 S. Leavitt st 

Spensley, May R W. C. Goudy 1514 E. Ravens wood pk 

@|rtel, SWarie Audubon 16 Sidney ct 

Spieler, Annie L Bancroft 900 Talman av 

Spink, Berthe E S. Chicago High 760 Walnut st 

8pooner, Mary L Harrison 184 36th st 

Spoor, Agnes J Doran 6118 Ada st 

©prrutc, Smtifc £ George Howland 909 Sawyer av 

@*rfogc, SJtottrfna Skinner 583 N. Clark st 

Springer, Daisy M Bowen 4832 Langley av 

Springer, Mary M Springer 6037 Vincennes av 

Squier, Eliza C Calumet High 6314 Stewart av., Englewood 

'Squier, Mary P Knickerbocker 293 Oak st 

Staak, Elizabeth Adams 132 Milton av 

Stack, Joanna Franklin 87 Sigel st 

Stacey, John F Eng. H. & Man. T. . . .470>£ W. Adams st 

Stafford, Minnie Sheldon 97 Walton pi 

Stahl, Elizabeth Wicker Park 343 Ashland av 

Stahl, Frank W Taylor 8915 Houston av 

Stahlberg, Emma Foster 571 S. Kedzie av 

Stanly, Mary Avondale 1551 N. Hamlin av 

SUM, Charlotte Wicker Park 615 Berteau av., Ravenswood 

Stall, Lizzie . Wicker Park 615 Berteau av., Ravenswood 

Stamm, Ida C Andersen 435 Glenwood av 

Stanton, Mary E Garfield 1468 Harvard st 

Stapleton, Fanny Monteflore 153 N. Curtis st 

Stapley, Fannie E Wells 612 Fulton st 

Starbuck, Ada C Northwest Div. High. .37 Seeley av 

Stark, Mabel Ellen Mitchell 974 Warren av 

Start, Virginia D'O Webster 189 Bowen av 

State, Elizabeth A Scammon 178 Park av 



Appendix. 325 

State, Nellie B Scammon 178 Park av 

Stearns, Edward F . .Lake High 3508 Ellis ay 

Stebbins, Althea V Duncan av 6218 Woodlawn av 

Stedman, Maria M Calhoun, 1274 Monroe st 

Steele, Eunice A Jx>well River Forest, 111 

Steele, Luella Ravenswood 547 Graceland av 

Steele, Maud I Brownell 6659 Perry av 

Stehman, John H Avondale 1577 Kimball av 

Steiger, Bertha Carpenter 1553 Fulton st 

Stein, Elizabeth C Andersen 17 Werder st 

Steiner, Anna Moseley 2234 Dearborn st 

Sttyfrra, SRartya Tilton 119 S.Prairie av., Austin 

Stephen, Welthy Holmes 632 61st st 

Stephens, Effie M Geo. Howland 16 Myrtle st 

Stephenson, Gyda P — Yon Humboldt 38 Maple st 

©tern, SofcWftt Scammon 87 Palmer av 

Stetler, Daisy L Ryerson 1346 Park av 

Stevens, Emma Newberry 413 Center st 

Stevens, Minnie A Harrison 2631 Wabash av 

Stevens, Susie C Tilton Morton Park, 111 

Stevenson, Albert L. . .Oakland 106 40th st 

Stewart, Alice Central Park 807 Warren av 

Stewart, Effie A Schiller 543 Orchard st 

Stewart, Ella M Boulevard 155 Heine st 

Stewart, Emma G. Ray. . . . , 5760 Madison av 

Stewart, Gertrude Avondale 2545 St. Charles av 

Stewart, Ida. Boulevard 155 Heine st 

Stewart, Lucy McAllister 253 Ewing st 

Stickle, Emelia M Foster 1011 Walnut st 

Still well, Myrtie N D. S. Wentworth 6400 Emerald av 

Stimpson, Edwina Agassiz 1416 Center st 

Stimpson, Lora A .North Div. High 982 W. Adams st 

Stimpson, 8. Augusta . . .Thomas Hoyne 416 Center st 

Stock, Anna K Komensky 1664 16th st 

Stock, Barbara Komensky 1564 16th st 

Stockwell, Minnie H. . .Lewis 466 N. Normal Pk Way 

Stoddard, Jessie D Armour Street 173 Ashland boul 

Stodder, Ida M Hendricks- 626 Englewood av 

Stodder, M. S Lewis 626 Englewood av 

@tofft, Caroline Pacific and Boulevard . . 1036 Hancock av 

Stoker, Cassie A Clark 56 Park av 

Stokes, Emily M Van Vlissingen 5024 Atlantic st 

Stompe, Minnie Farragut — 647 W. Harrison st 

Stone, Alma M Clarke 268 Ashland boul 



326 Public Schools. 

Stone, Jessie L Thos. Chalmers 262 Campbell av 

Stone, Louise K George Howland 969 Central Park av 

Stone, Mary C Colman 430 60th st 

Stott, William H Kelvyn Grove Desplaines, 111 

8two, Ellen Douglas 2427 South Park av 

Stowbll, Corydon G..Newberry 459 Dayton st 

Stowell, Harriett A. . . .South Div. High 137 34th st 

Strasburg, James M . . . .North Div. High 34 Maple st 

Straughan, Caroline W. .Healy 3024 Prairie av 

Straus, Anna Horace Mann 3914 Calumet av 

Straus, Henrietta Horace Mann 391 1 Calumet av 

Straus, Marion F Horace Mann 3914 Calumet av 

Strayer, S. Belle Tilden 969 Polk st 

Streich, Ida D Emerson 660 W. Lake st 

Strickland, Jessie M. . .54th Street 3933 Drexel boul 

Strigl, Minnie L Holden 5608 Indiana av 

Stringer, Nellie M Whittier 250 Ewing st 

Stritesky, John House of Correction. 

Strong, Emma Pullman 539 63d st 

Strong, Evangeline — Wicker Park Mayfair, 111 

Strong, Helen M Carter 519 Chestnut st., Eng. 

Strong, Isabelle Drummond Mayfair, 111 

€tntebtag, @tta Hawthorne 914 Clifton av 

Stryker, Richard H . . .Chicago Lawn Elsdon 

Stuart, Agnes Hyde Park High 5207 Kimbark av 

Stuart, Margaret Calhoun 36 S. Wood st 

Stuart, Nena H Raymond 152 36th st 

Stubbs, Cecilia J South Halsted Street. . .438 S. Leavitt st 

Stubbs, Sara Q Foster 262 Ashland boul 

Stube, John H Lowell 1082 Armitage av 

Sturtevant. Alice McAllister 3024 Prairie av 

Stutesmau, Ida Hamilton 2124 Michigan av 

Styles, Agnes Beale '. — 386 24th st 

Suder, Henry Sup. Phys. Cult 1619 Grace st 

Sue, Minnie R. *.La Fayette. . , 670 Jane st 

Sullivan, Adelaide Holden 1823 Wabash av 

Sullivan, Alice M Walsh 608 58th st 

Sullivan, Anna G Throop 594 Center av 

Sullivan, Anna M Parkman 5629 Dearborn st 

Sullivan, Bridget II O'Toole Lemont, 111. 

Sullivan, Catherine A. .Lincoln 814 Larrabee st 

Sullivan, Ella C. . . . Goethe 1726 Diversey av 

Sullivan, Hannah M Agassiz 1124 George st 

Sullivan, Johanna L. . .Holden 2807 Hickory st 



Appendix. 327 

Sullivan, Josephine Haven 1907 Wabash av 

Sullivan, Julia A Mark Sheridan 65 25th pi 

Sullivan, Julia A Washburne 272 W. 13th st 

Sullivan, Kathryn Hamilton 386 Mohawk st 

Sullivan, Marcella S Cooper 704 W. 12th st 

Sullivan, Margaret F Longfellow 594 Center av 

Sullivan, Mary E Jackson 704 W. 12th st 

Sullivan, Mary J Everett 3733 Wallace st 

Sullivan, M. Minerva. . .Burr 54 S. Ada st 

Sullivan, Nellie C Throop 594 Center av 

Sullivan, Nellie F Mulligan 386 Mohawk st 

Sullivan, Eebecca C. . . .Hendricks 32 E. 16th st 

Sulzer, Julia Prescott 1306 Perry st 

Summers, Maud McPherson 14 Astor st 

Sumney, Anne M Kershaw 517 62d st 

Sumney, E. Grace Sherwood 517 62d st 

Sutcliffe, Mary E. McPherson 1082 Victor st 

Sutherland, Eliz. H.. Alice L. Barnard 1738 103d st 

Sutherland, E. B Madison Avenue 7420 Nutt av 

Sutter, Bertha L<>uis Nettelhorst 74 > Evanston av 

Swalm, Mabel V Cornell 2407 South Park av 

Swanson, Anna Armour Street Jefferson Park. 111. 

Swarthout, Mary F Douglas 622 Boulevard pi 

Swartz, Mary B Graham 1245 E. 59th st 

Sweet, Joseph F N. W. Div. High 726 N. Hoyne av 

Swenehart, Eleanor B. .Parkside 941 E. 73d st, Parkside 

Swenson, Gertrude M. .Central Park 975 Warren av 

Swenson, Susie J Komensky 975 Warren av 

Swett, Mary A Emerson 178 Warren av 

Swinson, Charlotte B. . .Goethe 531 W. Erie st 

Swonson, Anna Armour Street Jefferson Park, 111. 

Synon, Mary V Webster 3104 La Salle st 

Tallman, Marie C Ryerson 72* Warren av 

Tanner, Rind a Geo. W. Curtis 448 N. Normal Park Way 

Tansey, Margaret A — Gallistel 10056 Ewing av 

Tarbill, Mary A W. Pullman 119 New st, Blue Island 

Tarbox, Cornelius S — Kelvyn Grove Mont Clare, 111. 

Tartarian, Florence L. .Park Manor 6648 Wabash ay 

Tate, Alice M Von Humboldt 414 Cleveland av 

Taylor, Amelia G W. C. Goudy 429 Winthrop av 

Taylor, Bessie M Beale 6344 Wright at 

Taylor, Charles S Lake View High 931 Perry st 

Taylor, Harriet D Marquette 344 Paulina st 

Taylor, Harriette N — Fores tville 3960 Drexel boul 



328 Public Schools. 

Taylor, Helen F Gallistel 3960 Drexel boul 

Taylor, Katherine Central Park 210 Wesley av.,Oak Park 

Taylor, Mary Brentano 362 Laurel av 

Tear, John H Washington 846 Walnut st 

Tebbetts, Alice Lawndale 1383 Millard av 

Teed, Ida — Pullman Barry Hotel 

Teel, Anna C Douglas 3747 Elm wood pi 

Tehan, Kate Auburn Park 1221 E. 59th st 

Telfer, Grace A Kenwood 3129 Groveland av 

Temple, Frances A . . .South Division High. . .2329 Michigan av 

Temple, Mary E Tilden 414 Washington boul 

Templeton, Annie H . .Hayes 866 Lake st 

Tennent, Louisa Polk Street 674 W. Monroe st 

Tennerry, Cora P Kershaw 2606 Indiana av 

Tennerry, Florence E. .Raymond 2606 Indiana av 

Tennerry, Kate E Oakland 2606 Indiana av 

Tenney, Frances Raymond 4006 Michigan av 

Tenney, Clara Frances. Raymond 4005 Michigan av 

Terry, Kate M Farren 14 Ray st 

Teufel, Josephine Hayes Evanston, 111 

Thane, Agnes Hermann Raster 7019 Honore st 

Thnyer, M. Mien Moseley 3953 Michigan av 

£tei*en SRargoret Foster 588 Wells st 

Thiel, Elizabeth Mark Sheridan 2614 Calumet 

Thiel, Nellie C Sumner Vh Utica 

Sfyele, SWarie 91 Hendricks 105 Osgood st 

Thissell, Alice P Froebel 348 Washington boul 

Thomas, Anna M Newberry 269 Fremont st 

Thomas, Annie J Ray 5749 Madison av 

Thomas, Emelie Walters. .Sherwood 3738 Calumet av 

Thomas, Emma T Foster 22 Ashland st 

Thomas, Frances M — Forestville '. Students Hall, Englewood 

Thomas, Lucy A Cummings 10455 Hoxie av., Cummings 

Thomas, Matie Wicker Park 122 Ashland boul 

Thomason, Adelaide. .Marquette 218 Hoyne av 

Thomason, Belle B — Brown . .218 Hoyne av 

Thompson, Ada R Riverdale 1249 Michigan av 

Thompson, Charlotte. . .Thos. Chalmers 5946 Ohio st., Austin 

Thompson, Mary A — Clarke 869 W. Monroe st 

Thompson, Minnie L . Prescott 2552 Paulina st., Ravenswood 

Thompson, Olive C Brainard 1082 Harrison st 

Thompson, Saidee A. . . Springer 426 E. 41st st 

Thompson, Sallie Monteflore 416 W. Chicago av 

Thompson, Sue Darling. .Burnside 3339 Wallace st 



Appendix. 329 

Thompson, Susan £ Yon Humboldt 1311 Michigan av 

Thome, Leona L J. R. Doolittle, Jr 4217 Vincennes av 

Thornton, Annie A George Howland 858 Lawndale av 

Thornton, Isabel George Howland 858 Lawndale av 

Thorp, Julia B Prescott 938 Judson av., So. Evanston 

Thorp, M. Letha W. C. Goudy 731 59th st., Summerdale 

Thorson, Janette F . .Brentano 307 Laurel av 

Thorsson, Marie M Franklin 439 Dearborn av 

Thresher, Mary E Yale 101 Seventieth st 

Thumser Marie Talcott 258 Warren av 

Thurston, Henry W Hyde Park High ... 5314 Madison av 

Thurston, S. Marie — Kinzie 4101 Wabash av 

Tibbetts, Catherine A Calhoun 1297 Adams st 

TibbiU, Emma E. Hammond 915 Sawyer av 

Tibbits, Henry 8 Hammond 912 Sawyer av 

Tibbies, Lucy M Auburn Park 6138 Stewart av 

Tice, Harriet A Skinner 333 W. Adams st 

Tierney, Fannie L. . . .Moseley 190 E. Fortieth st 

Tierney, Laura Columbus 442 W. Huron st 

Tilden, Mary L Komensky 357 S. Lincoln st 

Tilford, Pearl E D. S. Went worth 7225 Vincennes av 

Tinen, Kate L Pickard 701 W. Congress st 

Titus, Marian H .Hawthorne 1238 N. Clark st 

Tobey, Mary L Newberry 488 Webster av 

Tobias, Lulu M Dore 743 W. Monroe st 

Tobias, Mary J Dore 743 W. Monroe st 

Tobin, Mary E Clarke 460 W. Congress st 

Todd, Nellie G. Park Manor 3042 Lake Park av 

Toenges, Mathilda L. . .Clarke 1154 Harrison st 

Toll, Agnes L Lowell 778 N. Oakley av 

Tolman, Julia B Lake High 5715 Madison av 

Tomlin, Annie B Sheldon 344 Dearborn av 

Tomlinson, M. Grace. . . Agassiz 1242 George st 

Tompkins, Florence — Irving Park 1081 Prescott st Irving Park 

Toner, Allie B. M Everett 2972 Indiana av 

Toner, Clara S Keith 2837 Indiana av 

Toner, Ella E Jones 2837 Indiana av 

Toole, Helen , . .Kosciusko 361 W. Monroe st 

Toole, Sellie H Clarke 23 Winthrop pi 

Tooraey, Josephine A . .John Crerar 161 Washburne av 

Toppelius, Meri Agassiz 2246 Michigan av 

XttHattd), £&ere$tt 9ft Baymond 3428 Dearborn st 

lower, Hatlie M Garfield 1248 Adams st 

Towles, Callie M Clarke 911 Sawyer av 



330 Public Schools. 

Tracey, Annie C McClellan 3538 Fifth av 

Trainor, Louise M Pullman 4326 Berkeley av 

Treen, Dora A Irving 708 Warren av 

Treleaven, Jeanie C — Sumner 227 S. Waller av, Austin 

Tremain, Frank E Motley 420 Jackson boul 

Tressing, Thora O Wells 713 N. Leavitt st 

Troegbr, John W — Irving LaGrange, 111. 

Troendle, Lina E — Agassiz 1161 N. Clark st 

3to«d,«|Kf • Gallistel & Henry Clay j ^l^*^&£o^™ 

Trout, Catherine Whittier 245 Keystone av, Eiver Forest, 111 

Trout, Edgar W Tilton 245 Keystone av, River Forest, 111 

Trunkey, Jessie L Armour Street 366 Walnut st 

Tuck, Angela M Haven 1839 Indiana av 

Tucker, Carrie E Englewood High. . . 7242 Langley av 

Tucker, Helen M Riverdale 1321 Michigan av 

Tumler, Elfreda Pacific 1012 Milwaukee av 

Turton, Chas. M South Chicago High 5642 Jefferson av 

Tustin, Annie M. Carpenter 710 W. Monroe st 

Tustin, Elizabeth R Emerson 710 W. Monroe st 

Tuttle, Grace Ravenswood 65 Lincoln av 

Twadell, Etta Taylor 6106 Wright st 

Twohig, Mary E Tilden 56 N. Ada st 

Tyler, Clara Arnold 1220 Wrightwood av 

Tyler, Fannie Louis Nettelhorst 1220 Wrightwood av 

Tyrrell, M. Louise Goethe 912 Monroe st 

Tyrrell, Marian Hammond 856 Sawyer av 

Tyrrell, Matilda L Lincoln 75a Larrabee st 

Ulman, Bertha G Drummond 528 La Salle av 

Ulrich, Etta S Lake View No. 5 410 School st 

Underhill, Volney . . Carpenter 296 S. Paulina st 

Underwood, Edith Brainard 415 Marshfield av 

Upson, Emma A Haven 2109 Michigan av 

Upton, Delia F Jefferson 114 Edgemont av 

Upton, Maggie C Clarke 114 Edgemont av 

Urenn, Sheba J Burr 22 Wisconsin st 

Yaile, Harry S Hyde Park Oak Park 

Van Arsdale, Ella B... George Howland 55 S. Ann st 

Vandenhook, Mary Motley 687 W. Superior st 

Vander Kolk, Gertie S. .JohnCrerar 1160 Fillmore st 

Yao de Ruovaart, Maude. .Van Viissingen 546 I02d pi 

Van Dervoort, Theodocia. .Prescott 281 Webster av 

Vanderwater, Wm. E. Oak Ridge 7092 South Chicago av 

Van Every, Lin Agassiz 1146 Lill av 



Appendix. 331 

Van Fleet, Begina V. . . Alice L Barnard 6657 Harvard av 

Van Hovenberg, K. H. .Northwest Div. High. . . 23 Ewing pi 

Van Liew, Gert'de M . . Pickard Hinsdale, 111. 

Van Meenen, Josephine E. . Washburne 20 S. May st 

Van Stanford, Nelle La Payette 415 Jackson boul 

Van Valkenburgh, M.Nettie. Healy 3026 Prairie av 

Vaughan, Gertrude M Oak Street 252 N. Franklin st 

Vaughan, Mary E West Division High . . .425 Warren av 

Veatch, Mary E South Englewood 945 87th st., Englewood 

Veitch, Margaret M . . .John McLaren. 503 W. Adams st 

Struct, (Sraraa Oakland . — 161 Oakland boul 

Vernon, Josephine H .Newberry. 327 Dayton st 

Vml y Jmnie M Burroughs La Grange, 111. 

Vincent, Vanilla V. . . .Burr Palatine, III. 

Vining, Effie .54th Street 5338 Washington av 

Visser, Antoinette J . . .John McLaren 485 Ashland boul 

Visser, Helen M Brainard 485 Ashland boul 

Vizard, Nellie — Woodlawn 5321 Wabash av 

Vogel, Thekla Skinner 7540 Shell av 

Volck, Hilda Lewis 5928 State st 

Vollquardsen. Emma.. . Par km an 278 31st st 

©Oil 8a*fHc, Cttilie Franklin 92 Hill st 

2ton DtttrSttM, (Haw Calumet High 222 Clifton av 

©on SRcljbcrg, SRarie — Pullman Pullman, 111. 

Voorhees, Geo. L Northwest Div. High. .324 N.Oentral av., Austin 

Vosburg, Anna Pullman ... . Pullman, 111. 

Vosburg Louise M Pullman 7 11 1 th st., Pullman 

Vreelnnd, Helen L Lewis 6951 Perry av 

Wadhams, John A ...Tilton \^^S^ U W% " 

Wadleigh Grace Carpenter 382 Jackson boul 

Wadsworth, Alice E . . .Kenwood 6317 Lexington av 

Wagner, Luetta Jones 411 Boweu av 

Wain wright, L. Beva. .J. N. Thorp . 3155 Groveland av 

Waiss, Margaret M Throop 447 Hermitage av 

Wait, Emma B Ellen Mitchell \ *^ al f pj£| vard st -' 

Wait, Grace A John Crerar 2313 W. Adams st 

Waite, Helen M Brown 124 Ashland boul 

Waite, Ida M Greeley 1824 Diveraey av 

Waldschmidt, Anna I. . Humboldt 735 Sedgwick st 

Waldt, Lizzie E. John Ericsson 217 Colorado av 

Walker, Agnes B Greeley • • • ) ^aSsw^f' 

Walker, Alberta Cooper 826 W. Adams st 



382 Public Schools. 

Walker, Annette D. S. Wentworth 8159 Forest av 

Walker, Clara West Div. High 301 S. Bobey st 

Walker, Elizabeth D. S. Wentworth Students' Hall.Englewd 

Walker, Evelyn H Hyde Park Prep 5748 Washington av 

Walker, Jennie Hamilton 2820 Commercial st 

Walker, Sarah A King 826W. Adamsst 

Walker, Sylvia E Haven 4454 Oakenwald av 

Wall, Anna M Burroughs 3694 Archer av 

Wall, Kitty A Holden 3694 Archer av 

Wall, Margaret Buckley. 3694 Archer av 

Wallace, Mary B D. 8. Wentworth 748 71st st 

Wallace, Sarah H Amerson 107 Walnut av., Austin 

Wallenburg, Clara Brainard 132 Walnut st 

Wallenburg, Ellen V. . .Washington 132 Walnut st 

Wattenburgi Emily L.... Washington 132 Walnut st 

gBoKtf, ©ibOttta Jefferson High 588 Fullerton av 

Walrath, Wm. B North Div. High J ^anX* 1 ™ * V " ' 

Walsh, Angeline C Wicker Park 26 Gross Terrace 

Walsh, Clara A Ellen Mitchell 1325 W. Adams st 

Walsh, Elizabeth Carpenter 682 Fulton st 

Walsh, Ella F Mark Sheridan 3437 Wallace st 

Walsh, Eva K Graham 4548 Wabash av 

Walsh, Gertrude A. — Park Manor 3131 Wabash av 

Walsh, Joanna M Headley 1130 Montana st 

Walsh, Kate M Franklin 1314 Dunning st 

Walsh, Kathryn I Garfield 105 Elburn av 

Walsh, Katie E Geo. n. Thomas 1130 Montana st 

Walsh, Margaret T Washburne 253 S. Center av 

Walsh, Mary Mark Sheridan 2608 Joseph st 

Walsh, Mary A Monteflore 1009 Warren av 

Walsh, Mary L Tilden 682 Fulton st 

Walsh, Millie M Bancroft 798 N. Washtenaw av 

Walsh, Nellie Andersen 

Walsh, Nellie A Armour Street 834 Lake st 

Walsh, Nellie A Holden 2936 La Salle st 

Walsh, Nellie J .Longfellow 412 E. 45th st 

Walsh, Nellie L Knickerbocker 1130 Montana st 

Walsh, Nellie M Emerson. 1318 Wilcox av 

Walter, Herbert E North Div. High 402 Center st 

Walters, Mildred E Central Park 1455 Fulton st 

Walther, Catherine . . . .Beale 6436 Sherman st 

Walther, Lillie. Motle^ 278 W. Huron st 

Wan gem an, Anne Greenwood Avenue 198 44th st 



Appendix. 333 

Ward, Anna A John Crerar 300 S. Halsted at 

Ward, Kate Foster 1571 W. 12th at 

Ward, Victoria. Colman 4235 St. Lawrence av 

Warder, Amy Marquette! 5720 Erie St., Austin 

Ware, Martha H J. R. Doolittle, Jr 3431 Indiana ay 

Warhurst, A. Rowena . .Logan 294 W. Huron st 

Warkentien, Elfride J. .Wells 662 Burling st 

Warner, Chas. S Burroughs 879 35th st 

Warner, Effie J Auburn Park 6735 Yale av 

Warner, Mary C Central Park 716 Lake st 

Warren, Laura M . : — Marquette 836 Congress st 

Warren, Minnie A. C. . . .La Salle 1547 Diversey av 

Waterman, Anna C Holmes ..736 Dexter av 

Waterman, Kate E Farragut 120 S. Wood st 

Watson, Agnes M Rose Hill Wilmette, 111 

Watson, Belle S La Fayette 611 W. Ohio st 

Watson, Edith V. Burr 219 Belden av 

Watson, Elizabeth J. . . .Clark 536 Taylor st 

Watson, Elsie C Brownell 6621 La Fayette av 

Watson, Fred J N. W. Division High . . { J»g; jg*g^ T 

Watson, H. Annie Hamilton 851 Roscoe st 

Watson, Lilian F Bryant 1069 W. Monroe st 

Watson, Lulu M Hammond 849 Turner av 

Watson, Mina M .Washington 1039 Wilcox av 

Watt, Nettie M Armour Street 55 Union Park pi 

Watt, Wm. E Graham 4453 Emerald av 

Watts, Cora B Pacific 871 Courtland st 

Watts, Mary E Washburne 353 S. May st 

Waugh, Alice Ryerson 1374 Jackson boul 

Wayman, Jno. N Englewood High 549 W. 61st st 

Webel, Emilie Haven 6445 Grace av 

©ekrltofl, Hmelttt Central Park. 59 N. Hamlin av 

Webster, Arthur F. . . .Hyde Park High 347 E. 53d st 

Webster, Carolyn E — Brown 638 Adams st 

Webster, Eugene C . .Greenwood av 4738 Evans av 

Week, Ida M Langland 101 Garfield av., Ravenswood 

Weed, Evelyn Drummond 1.034 Warren av 

Weeks, Lula Mark Sheridan 465 31st st 

Wegener, Elizabeth A. .Lawndale 978 Millard av 

Weiland, Eva Walsh 2510 La Salle st 

Weinberg, Caroline James R. Doolittle, Jr. . .3414 Calumet av 

Weinbrod, Oscar Sp. T. Phys. GuU 3156 Forest av 

Welch, John S J. L. Marsh 6506 Sherman st 



334 Public Schools. 

Welch, Katie Seward 563 W. 14th st 

Welch, Mamie O'Toole Lemont, 111 

Welch, Martha T Calhoun . 1193 Monroe st 

Weldon, Adeline M Kosciusko 482 W. Grand av 

Weldon, Mary E Komensky 276 Marshfield av 

Wellers, Meta Woodlawn Hotel Bristol, 31st st 

Wells, Elizabeth J . . . .Von Humboldt 681 Evergreen av 

Wells, M. Virginia Forestville . .,. 3739 Ellis av 

Welsh, Julia A Parkman 2640 Butler st 

Welsh, Julia A Sherwood 719 Garlield boul 

©CttbfollM, tea Parkside 837 N. Clark st 

SBenManbt, ©erfta Franklin 837 N. Clark st 

SBeilbfon&t, 3»a«>. Burr 837 N. Clark st 

Wentworth, A. M Englewood High. 230 65th st 

Wentworth, Sarah G . . . Farragut 1109 M illard av 

Werkmeister, Bertha M. . Douglas 3329 Vernon av 

Werneburg, Ellen Walsh 6738 Honore st 

Werneburg, Lulu H D. S. Wentworth 6738 Honore st 

Werneburg, Pauline Kershaw 6738 Honore st 

Wernecke, Bertha L . . . Hawthorne 1629 Brompton pi 

Werst, Elizabeth H . . . . Skinner 526 W. Adams st 

SBerfljeim, Sttrotae Haven 4345 Evans av 

SBerfljeim, 6oe cilie Graham 4811 Langley av 

West, Margaret V Hermann Raster 2216 68th st 

Westberg, Jennie O Ogden 544 Sedgwick st 

Wbstcott, Oliver S. .North Division High. . .May wood 

Westerfield, Emma M. .Sherwood 553 62d st 

Weston, Florence E Brown 157 S. Wood st 

Weston, Grace C Ellen Mitchell 735 W. Monroe st 

Weston, Margaret Bryant 109 Kedzie av 

SBttttr, fttma$l Douglas 3152 Groveland av 

Wetzel, Elizabeth M . Rogers Park 4739 Clark st., Rogers Park 

H*e#er, Wlaxiant Carter 503 LaSalle av 

Whalen, Annie M Ward 2211 Wabash av 

Whalen, Elizabeth . . . .Brighton 2211 Wabash av 

Whalen, Mary E Adams 67 E. Huron st 

Wheadon, Alice A Ellen Mitchell May wood, 111 

Whelan, Mary A Monteflore 363 W. Huron st 

Whigam, William M Kelvyn Grove 89 Morgan st 

Whitcomb, Carrie B Ogden 96 Walton pi 

Whitcomb, Flora M Alice L. Barnard 741 62d st 

Whitcomb, Hannah C. .Duncan Avenue 206 80th ct., Cheltenham 

Whitcomb, Hattie W Scanlan, ......11604 State st 

Whitcomb, Lena M Park Manor 741 62d st., Englewood 



Appendix. 335 

Wbitcomb, Maude L. . . Huron Street 96 Walton pi 

White Daniel A Hermann Raster 6830 Marshfield av 

White, Frances E Polk Street 244 S. Lincoln st 

White, Kate A Healy 2605 Michigan av 

White, Leah La Salle 34 Lincoln pi 

White, Mabel Abbey ... La Fayette 735 Warren av 

White, Marguerite Whittier 520 Winchester av 

White, Mary F Clark 29 Winthrop pi 

White, Mary T La Fayette 563 N. California av 

White, Nellie Hendricks 2734 Indiana av 

White, R. Mabel Pacific 15 N. Albany av 

Whitehead, Leila E Amerson 5429 W. Ontario st., Austin 

Whitfield, Chas. J Newberry 4238 Wabash av 

Whiting, Mary B W. C. Goudy 805 Greenleaf st., S. Evans ton 

Whitley, Elizabeth T. . .Carter 6352 Honore st 

Whitlock, Millie M . . . .Rogers 95 Laflin st 

Whitman, Mabel La Fayette 436 W. Adams st 

Whitmore, Mary C Avondale 2520 Geraldine av 

Whitney, Hattie J Wells 1164 W. Adams st 

Whitney, Worrallo South Chicago High. . . .438 E. 57th st 

Whitsit, Beulah Boulevard 23 Ewing pi 

Whittemore, Louise S. .Moseley 4219 Oaken wald av 

Whitty, Mary R Moseley 2330 Michigan av 

Whyte, Anna Jessel Horace Mann 4836 Calumet av 

Whyte, Belle Sherman 6601 Lafayette av 

Whyte, C Ada Graham 4536 Emerald av 

Whyte, Lizzie S Sherwood 6601 Lafayette av 

Wibirt, Mary .Everett 3610 Emerald av 

Wicker, Juliaette Brown 130 Park av 

Wickersham, Nellie Taylor 255 Bowen av 

Widmer, Rose A Von Humboldt 250 Lincoln av 

Wiegandt, Lena J. C . . . Walsh 1466 Harvard st 

Wiggins, Mary S S. Div. High 4840 Langley av 

Wightman, Clara L Goethe 1065 W. Monroe st 

Wigney, Alice G Healy 2722 5th av 

Wilcox, Jennie A N. Div. High Ill S. Grove av., O. P. 

Wilcox, Margaret L — Lake High 4621 Emerald av 

Wild, Lenore Hendricks. 4418 Prairie av 

Wilder, Almeda J Geo. Howland 807 W. Van Buren st 

Wilder, Malissa L Ryerson 1527 Carroll av 

Wiley, Georgeti G Ogden 71 Pine st 

Wilke, Emma Holden 353 Mohawk st 

Wilkinson, Edith Hyde Park High 361 East 58th st 

Wilkinson, Ella R .Yale 7241 Yale av 



336 Public Schools. 

Wilkinson, Florence. . .Hyde Park Prep 361 E. 58th st 

Wilkinson, Grace B Rogers Park 828 Emerson st. , Evanston 

Wilkinson, Leila Fernwood 5906 Honore st 

Wilkinson, Nellie B . . .Rose Hill 828 Emerson st, Evanston 

Willard, Alma M Yale 6552 Perry av 

Willard, Calla 8 King 1021 W. Congress st 

Willard, Mary F W. Div. High 865 Jackson boul 

Willard, Sadie A Columbus 648 Shober st 

Willard, Samuel. W. Div. High 865 W. Jackson st 

Willcox, Caroline John McLaren 735 Jackson boul 

Willett, Alma C Graham 5020 Princeton av 

Willett, Myrtle G Ellis Avenue 413 E 48th st 

Williams, Ada B .... Sherwood 149 42nd st 

Williams, Anna J J. N. Thorp. 9614 Av. J (S. Chi.) 

Williams, Bessie B Blaine 550 Burling st 

Williams, Blanche Dore 433 Irving av 

Williams, Christine Pacific 302 Austin av 

Williams, Ellen E Skinner 87 Aberdeen st 

Williams, Emily V. ....Jefferson 636 W. 14th st 

Williams, Frank B . . . Marquette ' 'The Plaza," Oak Park 

Williams, Gertrude E.Alcott Evanston 

Williams, Jane E King 87 Aberdeen st 

Williams, Lilly M .... Columbus 865 Carroll av 

Williamson, Lilias M. . .McAllister 311 40th st 

Willmott, Katherine I. .Hedges 4701 Ashland av 

Willson, Lottie Franklin 525 N. Clark st 

Wilmanns, Meta E Lincoln 487 Cleveland av 

Wilmes, L. E Wells 668 Adams st 

Wilson, Andrew Stony Island Avenue. . .7747 Chauncey av 

Wilson, Belle Van Vlissingen. 10842 Wabash av 

Wilson, Catherine M . . .Brown 182 Warren av 

Wilson, Fannie B Bancroft 1151 Jackson boul 

Wilson, Frances S Skinner 235 S. Washtenaw av 

Wilson, Grace D Graham 5634 Wentworth av 

Wilson, Harriet B Andersen '. 1151 Jackson boul 

Wilson, Jane M Kenwood 5343 Lake av 

Wilson, Jessie Calhoun 123 Park av 

Wilson, Kate Foster. 641 S. Albany av 

Wilson, Lucy L W. Div. High 619 Washington boul 

Wilson, Margaret H — Douglas 4210 Calumet av 

Wilson, Martha Graham 4248 Emerald av 

Wilson, May F Yale • Hollenden Hotel, Eng 

Wiltse, Grace E John McLaren 503 W. Adams st 

Wiltshire, Eliza Throop 6832 Honore st 



Appendix. 337 

Winch, Emma Seward 4721 Tracy av 

Winchell, Ann E North Division High. . .Norwood Park 

WiNCHELL,HARRiETN.Tilden Norwood Park 

Windes, Bora Knickerbocker 733 Ken more av 

Winlaw, Isabella Hammond . . . . 1205 W. 15th st 

Winnie, Mary B Alice L. Barnard 823 60th st 

Winsby, Ada M J. L. Marsh 166 91st st 

Winship, Elizabeth Fern wood 6633 La Fayette av 

Winston, A. P Englewood High 6051 Madison av 

Winston, Eugenia . . . .Cal. H. (College Prep.). • 6045 Madison av 

Winter, Charlotte E Brainard 414 S. Oakley av 

Winter, Hattie W Irving 665 W. Adams st 

Winter, Lydia Agassiz 625 Sedgwick st 

Winterson, Mary H Hayes 88 N. Oakley av 

Winton, Belle Brentano 1234 Ma pie wood av 

Witt, Anna L Cooper 22 Mark st 

SBittke, £>lga <£ .Clarke 350 N. Hermitage av 

Wolf, Belle B Haven 3526 Prairie av 

Wolfe, Elmer A N. W. Division High. . .519 62d st 

2Mff, #amrt> ...Ogden 56 Bellevue pi 

Wood, Andrew J John Ericsson 802 W. Monroe st 

Wood, Anna M Raymond 5764 Dearborn st 

Wood, Carolyn J Englewood High The Plaza 

Wood, Elizabeth Chicago Lawn Chicago Lawn 

Wood, Elizabeth D Fifty-fourth Street 5211 Washington av 

Wood, Ella B Hammond LaGrange, 111 

Wood, Florence 1 Doran ....5794 Dearborn st 

Wood, Kate S West Division High . . .802 Monroe st 

Wood, Nellie E Wells 30 Arbour pi 

Wood, Silas L Clarke 804 W. Monroe st 

Woodcock, Nellie C — Oak Street 304 Wilson av, Ravenswood 

Woodcock, Sadie F Farragut Hinsdale, 111 

Woodcock, Sarah E Audubon 304 Wilson st 

Woodford, Abba G Amerson 253 Humphrey av, OakPark 

Woodruff, Effle D Brownell 6703 Lafayette av 

Woods, Mabel : Calhoun 900 Walnut st 

Woods, Margaret E Armour Street 219 Walnut st 

Woods, Mary A Jefferson 631 W 14th st 

Woodward, Tennie C . . Woodlawn .6324 Champlain av 

Woodworth, Mary A. . . Prescott 285 N. Lincoln st 

Woolen, Minnie G Lincoln . . . 1860 Melrose st 

Work, Florence M Rogers Park 612 Lunt av, Rogers Park 

Work, Jessie G Raymond 3615 Dearborn st 

Worsfold, Mercie B Mark Sheridan 2417 Michigan av 



338 Public Schools. 

Worthington, Elsie E. .Everett 6619 Wentworth av 

Worthington,JosephineD... Everett 6619 Wentworth av 

Wright, Anna C Brighton 4236 Prairie av 

Wright, Elizabeth C . . . Irving Park Jefferson Park, 111 

Wright, Mary E Kinzie 512 North Park av 

Wright, Phebe J Deaf Mute 599 W. Monroe st 

Wright, Sara M Fulton 5441 Carpenter st 

Wrisley, Minnie M Louis Nettelhorst 1707 School st 

Wulf, Agnes ... .Washington 429 Grand av 

SBtt$to&art$, ©erJJa Froebel 677 Sedgwick st 

Wygant, Belle Marquette 31 Park av 

Yantis, Emma Andersen 814 Maplewood av 

Yerbury, Adrienne L. . . Goethe 698 Washington boul 

Yerbury, Gertrude M. .Armour Street 698 Washington boul 

Yorke, Margaret E Amerson 2089 Jackson boul 

Yorke, Susan A Tilton 2089 W. Jackson st 

Yorker, Minnie M. W. Fuller 4226 Grand boul 

Young, Anna E Ray 5473 Cornell av 

Young, Carrie M Grant 912 W. Monroe st 

Young, Edith L Wicker Park 204 Walnut st 

Young, Kate S Marquette 447 Congress st 

Young, Lizzie E Komensky 942 Walnut st 

Young, Lizzie M King 1017 Jackson boul 

Young, Persis E Avondale Jefferson Park, 111. 

Younglove, Mary G South Division High. . .522 Fullerton av 

Zarbell, Ada Hyde Pk. H. (Coll \ Prep) 4132 Ellis av 

Zapp, August Sp. T. Phys. Cult 488 N. Hoyne av 

Zeeb, Elizabeth Mark Sheridan 2717 Wentworth av 

Zeis, J. Henry Kershaw 6814 Union av 

Zeller, Lydia E Harrison 3007 Wentworth av 

Zepp, Mary E Washburne 216 Blue Island av 

Zickler, Jennie D. Ryerson May wood, 111. 

Ziesing, Helene Sp, T. Singing 2569 N. Ashland av 

Zillmann, Eliza A Walsh 694 S. Union st 

Zimmerman, Katherine.Thos. Chalmers 972 Central Park av 

Zimmerman, Mary West Division High — 431 Hermitage av 

Zimmermann, Gustav A Sup. German 683 Sedgwick st 

Zimmermann, Ida M. . .Moseley 3960 Drexel boul 

BuecHtt, Sflttifc Holden 143 Lincoln av 

Zollman, Mary J Blaine 419 Winthrop av 

3tttj, (Smll 81 Froebel 754Hinman st 

Zweifel, Louise C Ellis Avenue 6336 Oglesby av 



Appendix. 339 



FINANCIAL STATISTICS. 



Condition of the School Fund. 

The Real Estate within the City Limits belonging 

to the School Fund is appraised at $4,235,380 00 

The Real Estate outside the City Limits belonging 

to the School Fund is appraised at 78,485 00 

The Principal of the School Fund amounts to 961,794 08 

The Wharflng Lot Fund amounts to 68,061 94 

Total $ 5,343,721 02 

Equalized Valuation of City Pbopebty. 

For the Tax of 1894. 

Total Valuation of Real Estate in the City $190,963,364 00 

Total Valuation of Personal Property in the City. 42,638,720 00 
Total Valuation of Railroad Property in the City. 13,823,358 00 

Total Valuation for the Tax of 1894 $247,425,442 00 

Amount of Tax Levied. 

Total Amount of Tax Levied for 1894, for all City 
Purposes, including Tax Levy for maintenance 

of Public Schools $12,267,643 60 

Tax Levied for maintenance of Public Schools 5,905,800 00 

Rate of Tax Levied for maintenance of Public 

Schools for 1893 was 23.88 mills. 



RECEIPTS DURING THE SCHOOL YEAR. 



School Fund. 

Prom Rentals of School Fund Land $258,020 62 

♦From State Dividend 490,829 40 

From Interest on Bonds 12,287 50 

From Interest on Mortgage Notes 16,862 25 

From Tuition Fees of Non -Resident 

Pupils 2,656 25 



* 



This includes $280,839.40 for 1802, and 1210,000.00 on account of 1893. 



340 Public Schools 

From Amounts Deposited Back for Cor- 
rection of Pay Rolls $ 1,406 76 

From Christopher G. Dowling, Ex-Treas- 
urer, Township 37 North, Range 15 
East, Balance of Distributive Fund. . 332 67 

From Collection of Special Assessment No. 
17436 Stayed, and Warrant for same 
deposited back to credit of fund 4,435 48 

Total $786,829 93 

School Tax Fund. 

From Tax of 1892 and previous years. $ 1,733,722 85 • 
From Tax of 1893 3,758,231 43 

Total $5,491,954 28 

Miscellaneous Sources. 

From Warrants Deposited Back $ 215 58 

From Rent of Rooms re-leased 301 14 

From Rebates on Street Openings 49 85 

From Forfeited Deposits of Contractors. . 1,308 85 

From Rebates on Special Assessments. . . 3,930 59 

From Sale of Old Buildings 1,270 00 

From Sale of Potters' Clay 14 51 

From Sale of Old Iron, Furniture, Bar- 
rels, etc 590 37 

From Sale of Partitions in Rented Build- 
ings 225 00 

From Income of Special Funds 2,719 24 

Total from Miscellaneous Sources. . . . 10,625 13 

Total Cash Receipts $5,962,402 23 



Appendix. 341 



Board of Education 



FOR THE YEAR 1894-96. 



ALFRED S. TRUDE, President. 

DANIEL R. CAMERON, Vice-President. 

W. A. S. GRAHAM, Secretary. 



i 



TERM 
NAME. ADDRESS. EXPIRES. 

William H. Beebe, 6 and 8 Pacific Ave., - . - - 1895 

Theodore J. Bluthardt, Venetian Building, 36 Washington 
St., Room 618, - 1895 

Thomas Cusack, 500 Throop St., 1895 

Patrick H. Duogan, 4242 S. Halsted St., - - - - 1895 

James P. Mallette, The Rookery, 1895 

Alfred S. Trude, 79 Clark St., Room 15, 1895 

Thomas Brenan, Reaper Block, cor. Clark and Washington 
Sts., Rooml6, 1896 

M. J. Keane, S. E. cor. Wabash Ave. and Washington St., 1896 

Daniel R. Cameron, 73 Lake St., 1896 

Charles S. Thornton, 147 La Salle St., - 1896 

Robert Lindblom, Rialto Building, Room 118, - - 1896 

Edward G. Halle, Royal Insurance Building, Room 204, - 1896 

Mrs. Caroline K. Sherman, 225 S. Leavitt St., - - 1896 

Fred M. Blount, Chicago National Bank, - 1897 

Fritz Goetz, 18 Michigan St., - - - - - - 1897 

Frank J. Jirka,804 S. Ashland Ave., 1897 

Joseph W. Errant, Unity Building, Room 1437, - - 1897 

Wallace F. Kirk, 360 N. Water St., 1897 

B. J. Rosenthal, The Emporium, 152 State St., - - 1897 

Max A. Drezmal, 163 Randolph St., ----- 1897 



342 Puhlic Schools 

STANDING COMMITTEES 1894-95, 



SCHOOL MANAGEMENT. 

Messrs. Brenan, Halle, Duggan, Mrs. Sherman, Messrs. Cusack, 
Beebe, Errant, Thornton, Rosenthal and Jirka. 

JANITORS AND SUPPLIES. 

Messrs., Cusack, Duggan, Cameron, Bluthardt and Keane. 

BUILDINGS AND GROUNDS. 

Messrs. Beebe, Halle, Mallette, Kirk, Bluthardt, Goetz, 
Drezmal, Duggan and Blount. 

FINANCE. 

Messrs. Lindblom, Brenan and Mallette. 

judiciary. 
Messrs. Drezmal, Errant and Rosenthal. 

SCHOOL FUND PROPERTY. 

Messrs. Keane, Brenan, Blount, Cameron, Cusack and Errant. 

HIGH SCHOOLS. 

Messrs. Cameron, Halle, Mrs. Sherman, Messrs. Brenan and 

Thornton. 

COLLEGE PREPARATORY SCHOOL. 

Messrs. Thornton, Brenan, Halle, Mrs. Sherman and Mr. Jirka. 

ENGLISH HIGH AND MANUAL TRAINING SCHOOL. 

Mr. Mallette, Mrs. Sherman and Mr. Kirk. 

SPECIAL FUNDS. 

Messrs. Rosenthal, Lindblom, Blount, Kirk and 

DRAWING. 

Messrs. Errant, Cusack, Beebe, Jirka and 

MUSIC. 

Messrs. Bluthardt, Drezmal, Blount, Mallette and 

GERMAN. 

Messrs. Halle, Bluthardt, Duggan, Mrs. Sherman and 

Mr. Goetz. 

PHYSICAL CULTURE. 

Messrs. Goetz, Jirka, Bluthardt, Rosenthal and 

COMPULSORY EDUCATION. 

Messrs. Duggan, Jirka, Lindblom, Drezmal and Keane. 



Appendix. 



343 



COMMITTEES ON SCHOOLS, 1894-95. 



HIGH SCHOOLS. 

Messrs. D. E. Cameron, E. G. Halle, Thomas Brenan, Mrs. 
Caroline K. Sherman and Charles S. Thornton. 

AssH SupH in charge— Augustus F. Nightingale. 



ENGLISH HIGH AND MANUAL TRAINING SCHOOL. 

Mr. James P. Mallette, Mrs. C. K. Sherman 
and Mr. Wallace F. Kirk. 

AssH SupH in Charge— Augustus F. Nightingale. 



COLLEGE PREPARATORY SCHOOLS. 

Messrs. Thornton, Brenan, Halle, Mrs. Sherman and 

Mb. Jirka. 

AssH Supt. in Charge— Augustus F. Nightingale. 



DISTRICT No. i. 

Messrs. Theodore J. Bluthardt, Eobert Lindblom and 

Wallace F. Kirk. 

AssH SupH in charge— Alfred Kirk. 



Agassiz, 

Alcott, 

Arnold, 

Audubon, 

Avondale, 

Belle Plaine Ave., 

Blaine, 

Bowmanville, 

Brentano, 

Burr, 

George H. Thomas, 



Greeley, 

Hamilton, 

Hawthorne, 

Headley, 

Irving Park, 

Jefferson Park, 

Knickerbocker, 

Lake View No. 5, 

La Salle, 

Lincoln, 

Linne, 



Louis Nettelhorst, 

McPherson, 

Mulligan, 

Newberry, 

Norwood Park, 

Prescott, 

Ravenswood, 

Rogers Park, 

Rose Hill, 

W. C. Goudy, 



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Public Schools. 



DISTRICT No. 2. 



Messrs. 


Edward G. Halle, 


M. 


J. Keane and 






Max A. Drezmal. 




AssH SupH 


in charger- Elizabeth L. Hartney. 


Adams, 




Humboldt, 




Oak Street, 


Andersen, 




Huron Street, 




Ogden, 


Bancroft, 




Kinzie, 




Pacific, 


Boulevard, 




Kosciusko, 




Schiller, 


Chase, 




La Fayette, 




Sheldon, 


Columbus, 




Langland, 




Thomas Hoyne, 


Drummond, 




Logan, 




Von Humboldt, 


Franklin, 




Lowell, 




Washington, 


Goethe, 




Manierre, 




Wicker Park. 



DISTRICT No. 3. 

Mr. Daniel R. Cameron, Mrs. C. K. Sherman and 

Mr. Fred M. Blount. 

AssH Sup't in charge— Edward C. Delano. 



Amerson, 


Grant, 


Motley, 


Armour Street, 


Hayes, 


Peabody, 


Beaubien, 


Irving, 


Ryerson, 


Brown, 


John Ericsson, 


Skinner, 


Calhoun, 


John McLaren, 


Sumner, 


Carpenter, 


Kelvyn Grove, 


Talcott, 


Central Park, 


Marquette, 


Tilden, 


Ellen Mitchell, 


Marshall, 


Tilton, 


Emerson, 


Monteflore, 


Wells. 




DISTRICT No. 4. 




Messrs. Thos. 


Cusack, Frank J. Jirka 


and the President 


. AssH SupH in charge— Albert R. Sabin. 


Brainard, 


Goodrich, 


Medill, 


Bryant, 


Hammond, 


Pickard, 


Clarke, 


Jackson, 


Polk Street, 


Cooper, 


Jefferson, 


Rogers, 


Dore, 


John Crerar, 


Scammon, 


Farragut, 


King, 


S. Halsted Street, 


Foster, 


Komensky, 


Thomas Chalmers 


Froebel, 


Lawndale, 


Throop, 


Geo. Howland, 


Longfellow, 


Whittier. 


Gladstone, 







Appendix. 



345 



DISTRICT No. 5. 

Messrs. Patrick H. Duggan, Wm. H. Beebe and 
Asa't Sup't in charge— James Hannan. 



Alice L. Barnard, 

Beale, 

Brenan, 

Brighton, 

Buckley, 

Burroughs, 

Chicago Lawn, 

Colman, 

D. 8. Wentworth, 

Doran, 



Everett, 

Fallon, 

Fulton, 

Graham, 

Hancock, 

Hartigan, 

Hedges, 

Hendricks, 

Hermann Raster, 



Hoerner, 

Holden, 

Holmes, 

Kershaw, 

McAllister, 

O'Toole, 

Parkman, 

Seward, 

Sherman. 



DISTRICT No. 6. 

Messrs. Chas. S. Thornton, James P. Mallette and 

Fritz Goetz. 

AssH SupH in c/iarge— Leslie Lewis. 



Auburn Park, 

Brownell, 

Burnside, 

Carter, 

Cornell, 

Ellis Avenue, 

Farren, 

Fernwood, 

Fifty-fourth Street, 

George Wm. Curtis, 



Greenwood Avenue, Ray, 
Harrison, Scanlan, 



Healy, 

Horace Mann, 
Kenwood, 
Lewis, 
McClellan, 
Mark Sheridan, 
Oak Ridge, 
Park Manor, 



Sherwood, 

South Englewood, 

Van Vlissingen, 

Walsh, 

Ward, 

West Pullman, 

Woodlawn, 

Yale. 



DISTRICT No. 7. 

Messrs. Thomas Brenan, B. J. Rosenthal and 

Joseph W. Errant. 

AssH SupH in charge— Ella F. Young. 



Bowen, 

Calumet Avenue, 

Cummings, 

Douglas, 

Duncan Avenue, 

Forestville, 

Gallistel, 

Garfield, 

Haven, 

Henry Clay, 



Jas. R. Doolittle, Jr., Phil. Sheridan, 



J. L. Marsh, 

J. N. Thorp, 

Jones, 

Keith, 

Madison Avenue, 

Melville W. Fuller, 

Moseley, 

Oakland, 

Parkside, 



Pullman, 

Raymond, 

Riverdale, 

Springer, 

Stony Island Ave. 

Taylor, 

Washburne, 

Webster. 



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346 



Public Schools. 



SUPERINTENDENTS, SUPERVISORS AND OFFICE 

EMPLOYES, 1894-95. 



Albert G. Lane, - - Superintendent of Schools 

Augustus F. Nightingale, Ass't Sup't of Schools, High Schools 



Edward C. Delano, 
Albert R. Sabin, 
Ella F. Young, 
Elizabeth L. Hartney, 
Leslie Lewis, 
James Hannan, 
Alfred Kirk, 
James H. Brayton, - 
Abram E. Frankland, 



Ass't Sup't of Schools, Dist. No. 3 
Ass't Sup't of Schools, Dist. No. 4 
Ass't Sup't of Schools, Dist. No. 7 
Ass't Sup't of Schools, Dist. No. 2 
Ass't Sup't of Schools, Dist. No. 6 
Ass't Sup't of Schools, Dist. No. 5 
Ass't Sup't of Schools, Dist. No. 1 
- Supervisor of Evening Schools 



- Sup't of Compulsory Education 

Orlando Blackman, Sup. of Singing, High Schools and Gram- 
mar Grades. 

Agnes Cox, - - Supervisor of Singing, Primary Grades 

Gustav A. Zimmermann, - - Supervisor of German 

Hermann Hanstein, - Supervisor of Drawing, High Schools 

Josephine C. Locke, Sup. of Drawing, Gram, and Prim. Schools 



Henry Suder, 
Donald L. Morrill. 
Charles C. Chase, 
W. A. S. Graham, 
John A. Guilford, 
Thomas J. Waters, 
George G. Custer, 
John W. Foster, 
August Fiedler, 
Fred A. Fielder, - 
C. N. Fessenden, 
Fred Vogt, 



Supervisor of Physical Culture 

Attorney 

School Agent 

Clerk of the Board 

Business Manager 

Chief Engineer 

Auditor 

Superintendent of Supplies 

- Architect 

Ass't Business Manager 

Ass't Clerk 

Ass't Auditor 



Appendix. 347 

PRINCIPALS OF SCHOOLS. 
For Year 1894-95. 

school. name of principal. 

Calumet High Avon S. Hall. 

Englewood High James E. Armstrong. 

English High and Manual Training. Albert R. Robinson. 

Hyde Park High Chas. W. French. 

Jefferson High — Chas. A. Cooke. 

Lake High Edward F. Stearns. 

Lake View High James H. Norton. 

North Division High Oliver S. Westcott. 

North- West Division High Franklin P. Fisk. 

South Chicago High Charles I. Parker. 

South Division High Jeremiah Slocum. 

West Division High George M. Clayberg. 

Adams Inger M. Schjoldager. 

Agassiz Lina E. Troendle. 

Alcott Gertrude E. Williams. 

Alice L. Barnard Elizabeth H. Sutherland. 

Amerson Maggie S. Gill. 

Andersen Louis J. Block. 

Armour Street Gerbrandus A. Osinga. 

Arnold Elmer P. Clarkson. 

Auburn Park John Byrne. 

Audubon Ralph J. Haase. 

Avondale . . John H. Stehman. 

Bancroft Samuel R. Meek. 

Beale John W. May. 

Beaubien Herbert L. Merrill. 

Belle Plaine Avenue Cora E. Lewis. 

Blaine Mary J. Zollman. 

Blue Island Avenue Mary E. Johnson. 

Boulevard Augusta E. Butts. 

Bowen Charles I. Parker. 

Bowmanville. Lizzie T. Hart. 

Brainard Henry D. Hatch. 

Brenan .Mary J. W. Boughan. 

Brentano Washington D. Smyser. 

Brighton Ida M. Cook. 

Brown M. Elizabeth Farson. 

Brownell Fulton B. Ormsby. 

Bryant Ida Mighell. 



348 PubUc Schools. 

Buckley Mary A. Forkin. 

Burnside Frank W. Rieder. 

Burr Chas. S. Bartholf. 

Burroughs , Samuel A. Harrison. 

Calhoun Chas. H. Ford. 

Calumet Avenue Grace Reed. 

Carpenter Volney Underhill. 

Carter Abby E. Lane. 

Central Park James C. Ailing. 

Chase 

Chicago Lawn Wm, I. Marshall. 

Clarke Silas L. Wood. 

Colman Daniel O'Connor. 

Columbus Fanny J. King. 

Cooper Ida A. Shaver. 

Cornell Flora J. Joslyn. 

Cummings Ernest A. Hamilton. 

Doran James W. Brooks. 

Dore Rufus M. Hitch. 

Douglas Lucia Johnston. 

Drummond Harriet M. Butterfield. 

D. S. Wentworth Lincoln P. Goodhue. 

Duncan Avenue Irene Fort. 

Ellen Mitchell Chester C. Dodge. 

Ellis Avenue Ellen K. Baker. 

Emerson Clarence O. Scudder. 

Everett Mary E. Gilbert. 

Fallon Orris J. Milliken. 

Farragut. George R. Plumb. 

Farren Myron H. Lowell. 

Fernwood Mary E. Baker. 

Fifty-Fourth Street Jennie L. Price. 

Forestville Florence M. Holbrook. 

Foster Jennie E. Gillespie. 

Franklin William C. Dodge. 

Froebel Henry C. Cox. 

Fulton Clara H. McFarlin. 

Gallistel Arthur E. Jacobs. 

Garfield Luella V. Little. 

George Howland Stewart B. Sabin. * 

George H. Thomas Lizzie F. Cobb. 

George W. Curtis . . .Thomas C. Hill. 

Gladstone 

Goethe Ella C. Sullivan. 



Appendix. 349 

Goodrich Carrie G. Adams. 

Graham William E. Watt. 

Grant Mary H. Smyth. 

Greeley Lizzie A. McGillen. 

Greenwood Avenue Eugene C. Webster. 

Hamilton Minnie J. Andrews. 

Hammond Henry S. Tibbits. 

Hancock..' Patrick Chamberlaine. 

Harrison Emma M. C. Greenleaf. 

Hartigan Mary A. McNarney. 

Haven George C. Bannan. 

Hawthorne Geo. W. Davis. 

Hayes Alden N. Merriman. 

Headley Helen A. Butler. 

Healy Caroline W. Straughan. 

Hedges Marcella B. Hanlon. 

Hendricks John McCarthy. 

Henry Clay 

Hermann Baster Daniel A. White. 

Hoerner Mary S. L. Hartigan. 

Holden. Chas. F. Babcock. 

Holmes James W. McGinnis. 

Horace Mann Susie E. Culver. 

Humboldt Blanca L. Ruthenberg. 

Huron Street Martha M. Buggies. 

Irving John W. Troeger. 

Irving Park Delos Buzzell. 

Jackson Ellen W. Carpenter. 

Jefferson Catherine McGarty. 

Jefferson Park Sarah J. O'Keefe. 

J. L. Marsh , John L. Lewis. 

J. N. Thorp Ida M. Pahlman. 

John Crerar John T. Bay. 

John Ericsson Andrew J. Wood. 

John McLaren Laura D. Ayres. 

Jones Gertrude E. English. 

J. R. Doolittle, Jr Louise S. Curtis. 

Keith Victorine M. Havenhill. 

Kelvyn Grove Chas. J. Ostrander. 

Kenwood Alice E. Sollitt. 

Kershaw J. Henry Zeis. 

King Ellen J. Hardick. 

Kinzie Minna S. Heuermann. 

Knickerbocker Archibald O. Coddington. 



350 Public Schools. 

Komensky Clara H. P. Mahony. 

Kosciusko Harriet P. Johnston. 

La Fayette Mary I. Purer. 

Lake View No. 5 Libbie E. Fisk. 

Langland Effie A. M. Christensen. 

La Salle Homer Bevans. 

Lawndale William C. Payne. 

Lewis Kate 8. Kellogg. 

Lincoln Frank 8. Heywood. 

Linne 

Logan James B. Farnsworth. 

Longfellow Nellie J. Walsh. 

Louis Nettelhorst Maria Clark. 

Lowell John H. Stube. 

Madison Avenue Sarah A. Milner. 

Manierre Augustus R. Dillon. 

Mark Sheridan John A. Johnson. 

Marquette Frank B. Williams. 

Marshall 

McAllister Minnie R. Cowan. 

McClellan Alfonso E. MacDonald. 

McPherson Adelaide E. Jordan. 

Medill 

Melville W. Fuller Benjamin F. Hill. 

Montefiore Fanny E. Oliver. 

Moseley Electa E.Dewey. 

Motley Maria H. Sayward. 

Mulligan Hannah Schiff. 

Newberry Corydon G. Stowell. 

Norwood Park E. L. Kletzing. 

Oakland Albert L. Stevenson. 

Oak Ridge Wm. E. Vanderwater. 

Oak Street . Mary E. C. Lyons. 

Ogden Cephas H. Leach. 

O'Toole Linnie Freiberger. 

Pacific Wm. M. Roberts. 

Parkman John B. McGinty. 

Park Manor Mary E. D. Olson. 

Parkside Julia P. McEachron. 

Peabody Sarah A. Kirkley. 

Phil. Sheridan Edward L. Morse. 

Pickard Georgiana W. Muir. 

Polk Street Harriet F. Hayward. 

Prescott Margaret S. Fitch. 



Appendix. 351 

Pullman Daniel B. Martin. 

Ravenswood Josiah F. Kletzing. 

Ray Wm. M. Lawrence. 

Raymond James H. Brayton. 

Riverdale H. Amelia Kellogg. 

Rogers Alice A. Hogan. 

Rogers Park Jedediah H. Smith. 

Bose HilK Solon S. Dodge. 

Ryerson Fred M. Sisson. 

Scammon Mary B. Bryant. 

Scanlan Alfred Harvey. 

Schiller Luella Heinroth. 

Seward Geo. D. Plant. 

Sheldon Waldo Dennis. 

Sherman Levi T. Regan. 

Sherwood Wm. J. Black. 

Skinner Laura S. Hawley. 

South Englewood Robt. H. Rennie. 

South Halsted Street Etta Q. Gee. 

Springer Walter J. Harrower. 

Stony Island Avenue Andrew Wilson. 

Sumner Elsabeth V. Port. 

Talcott Margaret E. Burke. 

Taylor Frank Stan]. 

Thomas Chalmers Bertha Benson. 

Thomas Hoyne Helen N. Blanchard. 

Throop Mary W. O'Keefe. 

Tilden ' Harriet N. Winchell. 

Tilton .John A. Wadhams. 

Van V lissingen George A. Brennan. 

Yon Humboldt Will J. Bartholf. 

Walsh Mary E. S. Rice. 

Ward Emily L. French. 

Washburne Tammie E. Flowers. 

Washington John H. Tear. 

W. C. Goudy Luman Hewes. 

Webster Erastus A. Barnes. 

Wells John H. Loomis. 

West Pullman Florence J. Colt. 

Whittier Mary Greene. 

Wicker Park Agnes M. Brown. 

Woodlawn Isabel J. Burke. 

Yale Alma M. Willard. 



352 Index. 



INDEX TO CONTENTS. 



PAGES. 

Membership, Officials and Committees, '93-'94 2-7 

Report of President 10- ]8 

Report of Superintendent , 19-64 

In Memoriam 65-68 

Reports of Standing Committees : 

Finance 71-102 

High Schools 103-112 

English High and Manual Training 113-116 

Buildings and Grounds 117-143 

German (Through Supervisor) 144-146 

Physical Culture 147-150 

Drawing 151-154 

Compulsory Education 155-169 

Special Funds and Prizes 160-171 

Supervisor of Evening Schools 172-187 



APPENDIX. 



School Sites— Location, Value, Etc 190-196 

School Buildings— Date of Erection, Etc 197-203 

High School Statistics 204-206 

Rented Buildings— Location, Etc 207-209 

School Census, 1894 210-221 

High School Graduates 222-228 

Salaries of Superintendents, Teachers, Etc 229-236 

Text-Books (High Schools) 237-238 

Text-Books, (College^Preparatory, Grammar and 

Primary Schools) 239-240 

Reference Books 241-242 

Supplementary Reading 243-244 

List of all Teachers, December 1 245-388 

General Financial Statistics 339-340 

Membership of Board, Standing and District Com- 
mittees, and Officers, 1894-95 341-346 

Principals of Schools, 1894-95 347-351